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howtos:window_managers:remotex_linux2linux [2016/07/26 17:00 (UTC)]
ponce [Remote X: Linux to Linux]
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-As X11 in its newer versions doesn'​t allow tcp connections by default anymore (see the relative [[https://​cgit.freedesktop.org/​xorg/​xserver/​commit/?​id=cc59be38b7eff52a1d003b390f2994c73ee0b3e9|commit)]],​ since Slackware 14.2 you have to launch your X server explicitly enabling them, like+As X11 in its newer versions doesn'​t allow incoming ​tcp connections by default anymore (see the relative [[https://​cgit.freedesktop.org/​xorg/​xserver/​commit/?​id=cc59be38b7eff52a1d003b390f2994c73ee0b3e9|commit)]],​ since Slackware 14.2 you have to launch your X server ​(the one which has to display the remote application) ​explicitly enabling them, like
  
      ​startx -- -listen tcp      ​startx -- -listen tcp

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