I hope someone is still monitoring this mailing list and might have the right answer for me.
In the INSTALL readme, there is a short section about running WeirdX in XDMCP mode. There are also two lines suggesting how to start this mode, after - of course - putting the right configuration in the confif/props file.
I also made sure that I have at least one machine in my network that listens to the XDMCP broadcast and/or query and tested it with a commecial X-Server (Reflection).
So far, I haven't been successful in getting it to work. This is what I've tried:
1. Just entered the proposed command line
java -classpath ".;.\weirdx.jar" com.jcraft.weirdx.XDMCP -broadcast <my_workstation_IP> -display <my_X_Server_IP:display#>
It actually comes back with the following messages:
2. Started the WeirdX Server first using the supplied batch file (WeirdX-Java2.bat), and
then run the command above in another cmd window
In this case the error was slightly different, but also not very successful:
java.net.BindException: Address in use: Cannot bind
Everything else is just working perfect - great software!
Has anybody found a "receipe" to actually bring up the login window from the corresponding XDMCP client?
Oh yes, I am running WeirdX in a Windows 2000 environment with Java SDK 1.3.1_02.
Thanks a bunch for any feedback,
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