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I'm forwarding this to the list because I've not the time to look at every UML
user issue, and especially not now. I hope someone else can help you.
---------- Forwarded Message ----------
Subject: RE: [uml-devel] UML remote GUI problems
Date: Thursday 03 February 2005 20:24
From: Greg Furlong <C01386107@...>
To: Blaisorblade <blaisorblade@...>
I have sshd running on the Linux machine and then i tried to run port
forwarding through putty on port 5900. I then ran the command export
I then used tightVNC to connect to the ip address that i had assigned while
setting up the port forwarding.
I keep getting an error Failed to server address. Did you type the address
>===== Original Message From Blaisorblade <blaisorblade@...> =====
>On Friday 28 January 2005 17:30, Greg Furlong wrote:
>> I am a final year student taking a degree in Computing at Dublin Institute
>> of Technology - Ireland. In my final year project I am doing a project
>> using User Mode Linux. My project has set out to research the capabilities
>> of User Mode Linux in a teaching environment.
>> So far I have set up a server
>> and now have users logging on from a terminal. They use a COW file so as
>> not to corrupt the file system. Next I want to investigate and test the
>> capabilities of User Mode Linux over a network using a Graphical User
>> Interface. The problem that I am having is that I am finding it difficult
>> to set up the GUI system.
>> I was wondering if anybody could give me some
>> pointers in the right direction
>Without knowing which are your difficulties? It's difficult.
>> or could tell me of a tutorial on how to
>> set it up.
>> I have already looked at the user mode Linux
>> website on sourceforge but have been unable to successfully complete the
>> GUI instructions.
>What's the problem?
>You must install Xnest inside your guest system... it will then be able to
>forward connection to another X system (on which you have to authorize TCP
>connections from the UML system). Then it should work, more or less.
>> I am running Red Hat Linux 9 2.4.20-8
>> User mode Linux Patch 2.4.27-1
>> Remote Terminal Putty
>On windows? well, there are also Xservers on Windows (the cygwin one for
>Paolo Giarrusso, aka Blaisorblade
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