On coLinux, I start xfs, which uses port 7100.
When I use anything but SLIRP, the following works.
On Windows, I start Xming with the option -fp
tcp/192.168.1.10:7100 , so that it uses the fonts from coLinux.
I used this with SLIRP:
I started Xming with '-fp tcp/127.0.0.1:7100' (also tried
7171), but it didn't find the fonts. A telnet from Windows to
port 7100 seems to work - it at least connects.
Am I missing something or it just won't work ?
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From: Henry Nestler <Henry.Ne@Arcor.de> - 2006-01-16 10:40:55
Fr=E9d=E9ric L. W. Meunier wrote:
> On coLinux, I start xfs, which uses port 7100.
> When I use anything but SLIRP, the following works.
> On Windows, I start Xming with the option -fp tcp/192.168.1.10:7100 , s=
> that it uses the fonts from coLinux.
> I used this with SLIRP:
> I started Xming with '-fp tcp/127.0.0.1:7100' (also tried 7171), but it=
> didn't find the fonts. A telnet from Windows to port 7100 seems to work=
> - it at least connects.
> Am I missing something or it just won't work ?
Add the option "-ac" to the start of Xming.
Slirp is a user level program and for connection between coLinux and=20
windows it's a liddle difficould to configure. So I try to give your=20
This should use for your display. That is, why slirp use 10.0.2.2 on=20
coLinux side and will forward/translated to 127.0.0.1 on windws side.
If you play with ipaddress, that use only 127.0.0.1 on windows side for=20
connecting to coLinux. Sometimes is a good choice to disable all other=20
network cards (or unplug the cable), then configure and testing the=20
SLiRP. After SLiRP works, connect the other networks to find the=20
problem. Sometimes is a badly configured routing the problem for not=20
Why you load from linux? Install the fonts in windows, that's the=20
normal way. For sample the file Xming-100dpi-setup.exe
The redirections "...7100:7171" are only for servers. I currently not=20
know the option "-fp" for Xmin, but for working, you need a server under=20
coLinux for that parts. Check this with "netstat -an" under coLinux.=20
There you also should see your XFS.