[H-GEN] remote display of programs
spullen at optusnet.com.au
Sun May 26 02:05:22 EDT 2002
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Would you mind posting an email on the list next Thursday your time with
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Johann Kwiatkowski wrote:
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> Hi all,
> a quick question. I want to display a program on a remote machine.
> I know how to do this normally, but in this case I am going through a
> 2 proxies, one on my end and one on the other end, i.e from MACHINE
> ONE, I ssh through MACHINE TWO( via masquerading and iptables) to
> MACHINE 3 and then ssh into MACHINE 4. From MACHINE 4 I want to start
> a program which is displayed on MACHINE 1. I am unsure how to go about
> this. I though about setting up port-forwarding on MACHINE 3 to
> re-direct me to MACHINE 4, but I am not too sure if this will even work.
> (is that as clear as mud?) I also control all machines, so I can
> set-up as needed.
> MACHINE 1 and 4 have private ip addresses and MACHINE 2 and 4 are
> routers/firewalls for cable-modems
> I tried xhost +MACHINE 3 and +MACHINE 4 and exporting the display to
> the internal ip address of MACHINE 1, this didn't work, but was the
> only thing I could think of, apart from trying port-forwarding on
> MACHINE 3 to MACHINE 4.
> Any ideas would be appreciated. Also as a side note, is it possible to
> display a remote program, but also have that program display on the
> host machine, so that one could see what the other is doing?
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