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From rajivkumarnandv...@gmail.com
Subject Re: Re: Jmeter run on Linux using putty
Date Wed, 04 May 2011 12:59:20 GMT
Hi felix,

You are right. I tried with disable X11 fwd in putty
and it is working fine.



> Come to think of it, DISPLAY=localhost:10.0 was probably bad and should

> have been localhost:0, as that was what you had configured in Putty.



> If that would have been correct, Xming would not have needed

> configuration, I believe.


you means if in putty i configure localhost:10.0 then it will work ??  
because in linux DISPLAY=localhost:10.0 is set?
On , Felix Frank <ff@mpexnet.de> wrote:
> Hi,



> congrats on getting that to work.



> > 1/ Start Xming

> >

> > 2/ Start Putty, on options (left pane): Connection > SSH > X11, check

> > Enable X11 forwarding, with X display location: localhost:0



> Out of curiosity: Could you try and disable that?



>  From what I can see, you're NOT using X11 forwarding now, but having the

> Linux box connect to your X server directly via TCP.

> This is not a problem, but it only works because your boxen are on the

> same network.



> > 3/ Start your SSH session

> >

> > 4/ On your ssh remote session, put this :

> > DISPLAY=YOUR_IP_WINDOWS:0.0

> > export DISPLAY



> Come to think of it, DISPLAY=localhost:10.0 was probably bad and should

> have been localhost:0, as that was what you had configured in Putty.



> If that would have been correct, Xming would not have needed

> configuration, I believe.



> Regards,

> Felix



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