On Tue, Feb 22, 2011 at 01:45:35PM +0100, Nick Copeland wrote:
You're mixing up thing here. Most systems do indeed disable direct connections
to the X server (for good reasons) and expect you to use ssh -X instead.
> Based on the fact that a generation of users don't see the point,
So what do you do if you want to run apps on system A (probably headless)
and have it display on system B ? Dedicated 'remote' versions or web interfaces
(ROTFL) for each and every of them ? I'm writing this mail logged in to a system
that is located in a different continent and I don't even notice it.
If 'a generation of users' is any reference, we should just forget about
Linux, switch to Windows and call it a day. We should also eat only fast
food, believe everything the TV news and ads tell us, hate strangers and
homosexuals, and generally be ignorant about everything. There's probably
no argument more irrelevant than this sort of populist ones.
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