Paul Jakma wrote:
> The answer appears to be:
>> Use '-Y' "trusted X" forwarding, not -X. (at least with FC3's 3.9p1 ssh
>> Thanks to pron on #linux.
>> Bonus points to anyone who can explain what this new "-Y" forwarding is,
> and wtf they've done to ye olde X forwarding (-X) in 3.9p1 clients as
> shipped by Fedora.
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