Ar an 9u la de mi 7, scriobh John Gay :
> > Mmmm. That vaguely rings a bell. There is, I think, a way to tell X
> > not to listen on anything other than the local interface. Here's a
> > quick check:
From Xserver(1) ;
disables a transport type. For example, TCP/IP
connections can be disabled with -nolisten tcp.
So, if a "ps axwww | grep nolisten" fails, then it should be listening
on tcp, unless some compile-time defaults were changed.
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