How to enable XDCMP on longsleep Xubuntu?
#1
I am using xubuntu-xenial-mate-20160528-longsleep-pine64-8GB.
How to enable XDMCP remote connections on the Pine64? 

thanks!
#2
Hey

Not sure about XDMCP - never used it - but I know that VNC works just fine on the pine as I've helped a user set it up in some time ago.

sudo apt-get install tightvncserver

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#3
(06-09-2016, 04:27 AM)Luke Wrote: Hey

Not sure about XDMCP - never used it - but I know that VNC works just fine on the pine as I've helped a user set it up in some time ago.

sudo apt-get install tightvncserver

Cheers

Thanks for the suggestion. XDMCP is native to linux and unix-like systems to export the video through the network.


 But maybe VNC is a better idea. I will try, thanks.
#4
I would assume that you want to export X11 to view X apps running on your local machine.
I've successfully done this on my Mac, but it should work on any platform that has X11 binaries for it

On the host:

Windows - install Xming
https://sourceforge.net/projects/xming/

Mac - install XQuartz
https://www.xquartz.org/

On pine (assuming you have working X11 env):
run 'xhost+' to enable all connections
should give you a message akin to "all connections are now permitted"

On your host:
1. Run X server you installed
2. SSH to Pine with -X, if using command line or if using Putty, expand SSH tab and select X11 forwarding to enable

That's it.
To test, run xeyes ;-)
#5
(06-12-2016, 11:33 PM)gwizard Wrote: I would assume that you want to export X11 to view X apps running on your local machine.
I've successfully done this on my Mac, but it should work on any platform that has X11 binaries for it

On the host:

Windows - install Xming
https://sourceforge.net/projects/xming/

Mac - install XQuartz
https://www.xquartz.org/

On pine (assuming you have working X11 env):
run 'xhost+' to enable all connections
should give you a message akin to "all connections are now permitted"

On your host:
1. Run X server you installed
2. SSH to Pine with -X, if using command line or if using Putty, expand SSH tab and select X11 forwarding to enable

That's it.
To test, run xeyes ;-)

Acutally I wanted to use an Xserver program such as Xming to connect directly to the Pine64 and get the login screen. to export video i know how to do it Tongue
#6
(06-08-2016, 09:08 PM)melao Wrote: I am using xubuntu-xenial-mate-20160528-longsleep-pine64-8GB.
How to enable XDMCP remote connections on the Pine64? 

thanks!

Depending on what you want to do, xrdp might also be a good solution.
#7
(06-20-2016, 06:48 AM)MacFizz Wrote:
(06-08-2016, 09:08 PM)melao Wrote: I am using xubuntu-xenial-mate-20160528-longsleep-pine64-8GB.
How to enable XDMCP remote connections on the Pine64? 

thanks!


Depending on what you want to do, xrdp might also be a good solution.
I second xrdp.  I use it along with bitvise on my windows machine and it works like a charm.


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