On Sun, Nov 27, 2011 at 12:17:03AM +0100, Ekkard Gerlach wrote:
> DISPLAY variable is set to a certain running vserver when XDMCP is started
> on a vserver host by
> host:#~/usr/bin/X :1 vt08 -query 192.168.0.100.
> And not to host. Stopping this certain vserver an DISPLAY variable is
> set correctly to "host.local". Why?
> Background: The vserver in one of my customers office is also used as
> XDMCP-Terminal (why not?). The XDMCP-Server is a Suse 11.1 machine.
> And it works fine. Now I want to start x11vnc on the vserver to make
> montoring for support affairs. Using /etc/X11/xdm/Xsetup on the Suse
> 11.1 XDMCP-Server I inplace the code:
> echo lhost: $lhost " host:" $host > /tmp/x11vnc_host
> because I want to know "where does the Client come from" to start x11vnc
> on that remote machine, in my case her its the vserver. If there is
> the vserver "cups" running von the vserver the I get
> When shutdown vserver cups: vserver cups stop then I get the right
> BTW "host" ist not the real name of the vserver, I changed it for better
> I've three vservers runing:
> root@<host>:~# vserver-stat
> CTX PROC VSZ RSS userTIME sysTIME UPTIME NAME
> 91 5 140.1M 3.8M 0m00s95 0m00s62 6d00h17 misc
> 92 6 226M 7.5M 0m00s11 0m00s84 25m31s32 cups -> IP 0.92
> 93 8 384.2M 10.3M 0m00s40 0m00s48 17m14s94 samba -> IP 0.93
> Stopping and starting vserver samba does NOT make samba to
> the favorite vserver which DISPLAY variable is sent, its only
> vserver "cups"! Why is cups the favorite machine on the vserver?
I'm not really following what you are describing here,
please let's start simple with the kernel, patch and
util-vserver version, as well as the setup of 'involved'
> <host>:~# cat /etc/hosts
> 192.168.0.100 suse111.local suse111
> 192.168.0.91 misc.local misc
> 192.168.0.92 cups.local cups
> <host>:~# /etc/ssh/sshd_config
> #ListenAddress 0.0.0.0
> ListenAddress 192.168.0.2 <- thats IP of host vserver
> Protocol 2
Received on Sun Nov 27 01:56:20 2011