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Opening Remote Display on T610 Thin Client

Greetings,

 

I was hoping to employ a T610 thin client as a remote display for a legacy system but have run into a wall.  Every time the application tries to send a display to the thin client, the display fails to open and the system crashes.

 

I've replicated the problem in my own terminal window:

 

>export DISPLAY={IP_ADDRESS_HERE]:0

>nedit

 

This results in the message : "Cannot Open Display"

 

I am able to SSH from the T610 to my server and if I forward the X display (ssh -X), I have no problem, so I'm currently thinking that its a port being blocked on the thin client. That being said, I can find no way to unblock the port (6000?) or find a menu item that allows the thin client to accept remote X applications.

 

Here is the information on my T610:

 OS Level: T6X43202

 BIOS: K30 V 01.06

 

Does anyone have a suggestion on what might be blocking the display? I've been through the T610 documentation and have yet to find resolution.

 

Thanks You.

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Re: Opening Remote Display on T610 Thin Client

Resolved the issue. The HP layer of initialization scripts for the X server was invoking the '-nolisten tcp' flag.  Removing the flag and rebooting the thin client fixed the problem.

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Re: Opening Remote Display on T610 Thin Client

Resolved the issue. The HP layer of initialization scripts for the X server was invoking the '-nolisten tcp' flag.  Removing the flag and rebooting the thin client fixed the problem.

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