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how to conigure x windows on windows 2000 client

how to conigure x windows on windows 2000 client

dear all,
we have one rp3410 server with hp ux 11.23
.we installed the xmanger software on one of the window client ,but no display .what are the procedure to get the display

connectivity is ok between server and client

plese specify the configuration file i have to edit to get the display and what are the modification

regards
Baiju Kumar.B
nothing is impossible
4 REPLIES
Vipulinux
Respected Contributor

Re: how to conigure x windows on windows 2000 client

Hi
Try using X/deep 32 its simple and easy + free.

http://www.pexus.com/Download/download.html

Cheers
Vipul
Chan 007
Honored Contributor

Re: how to conigure x windows on windows 2000 client

Hi,

I have no idean what Xclient-sw you are using.

But when you start the x-client, select new client/connection--> select X???? -->and select the hostname /ip of the rp3410.

Sometimes you need to need to rightclick on the Xclient and select X-Desktop from Taskbar

Chan
pabel
Valued Contributor

Re: how to conigure x windows on windows 2000 client

Hi, try this procedure:

+ Start your xwindows client on passive mode.

+ Logon in your HP-UX server and do an EXPORT DISPLAY=:0

Try to start SAM (sam) to see if works.

Good luck.

Thomas Bianco
Honored Contributor

Re: how to conigure x windows on windows 2000 client

be sure to configure your Xclient to accept connections from your Xserver. in Cygwin, this is:
xhost +yourhostname
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