Tue Apr 4 17:55:00 GMT 2006
> X runs in user space rather than as a server application. The way
> X-windows users see things is that program that runs under startxwin
> the client application, not the server. Server applications for
> are running programs (like xterm, emacs, etc.). This may seem like a
> reversal, but there's a reason for that - the program producing the
> information is the server and the program displaying it is the client.
> So, if I want to display an xterm on my.host.com, I can do that by
> xterm -display my.host.com:0. That will cause xterm to serve itself
> the X client on my.host.com instance 0. If the client allows the
> to display information, the window will appear. If not, the server
> get a rejection notice. If the client rejects, the user can tell the
> client to accept connections by using "xhost +my.other.host.com".
> For more information, see...
> man xterm
> man xhost
> I hope this helps.
ARRG! I got my server and client relationships backwards. Regardless,
the rest of the info is still useful. :)
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