If your SSHing to the remote box, you may want to explicitly turn on X
ssh -X user at server
Also, make sure it's not disabled on the remote server:
grep ForwardX11 /etc/ssh/ssh_config | grep -v "^#"
Then as you have it below should work.
On Thu, 2005-10-06 at 12:38 +0100, ghooton wrote:
> Hello all,
> I have a problem with FC4:
> When I try to start an X session remotely I get the error
> Can't open display...
>> I have done the usual things
> xhost +<host>
> setenv DISPLAY (on the remote side)
>> Any help welcome
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