Re: screen for X?
By default, Debian's Xf86 config attaches to a unix domain socket (not a tcp socket) -- look at /etc/X11/xinit/xserverrc, remove "-nolisten tcp", and bounce X.
Make sure you understand the security ramifications of opening this port.
> % % A proxy for X *does* exist, but
> % ask me about the details.
> % It does indeed. It's called
> % and it's a simple apt-get away if
> % running Debian.
> I have debian. I apt-got xmove. When I
> ran it everything seemed ok:
> $ xmove
> Implementing MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1 user
> XMove 2.0 ready.
> Then I tried to start up a simple
> $ export DISPLAY=localhost:1
> $ xterm
> xmove spits out:
> Unable to create connection to server at
> Is the server dead?
> Is the server name correct?
> Well, I certainly am running an X server
> at :0.0, as my normal applications
> connect there by default.
> So what's the deal? Has anyone actually
> gotten this to work? Is there some
> magic that I'm missing?
> Many thanks!