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Re: logout from gnome-session over ssh
- From: Ariel Millennium Thornton <arielmt at thornton2 dot com>
- To: cygwin-xfree at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 30 Jun 2005 21:29:53 -0600
- Subject: Re: logout from gnome-session over ssh
- References: <1120156533.4647.52.camel@chum21559>
- Reply-to: cygwin-xfree at cygwin dot com
This seems like a bug with ssh. I get the same thing ssh'ing from Linux
to Linux and from Windows to Linux. The problem is that the ssh session
won't end until every process started by it ends. If you're using ssh
as the client command for starting the X server, one workaround is to
log out normally, wait until only the persistent processes are running,
then hit Ctrl+Alt+Backspace to kill the server.
If someone knows the real solution, I'd like to know it too. What I
present is only a workaround, not a solution.
On Thu, 30 Jun 2005 14:35:33 -0400 Jerome Asselin wrote:
> I want to be able to run gnome-session on a remote linux server from a
> Windows XP workstation. I also want to have decent security, so I'm
> trying to avoid using XDMCP.
> I've just installed cygwin, selecting these packages (and default
> dependencies): openssh, vim, xorg-x11-base.
> >From a cygwin bash shell, I run these commands:
> Xwin &
> export DISPLAY=:0
> ssh -Y remoteserver -l user gnome-session
> This works fine until I try to logout from gnome-session. Logging out
> doesn't kill nautilus nor ssh (nor firefox). I have to manually kill
> the ssh command to terminate the gnome-session.
> How can I make it so that I can cleanly logout from gnome-session?
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