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Manual Reference Pages  -  TENLETXR (1)

NAME

tenletxr - forward X-connections backwards.

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Example
Bugs
See Also

SYNOPSIS

tenletxr [-l username] [-k] host [port]

DESCRIPTION

The tenletxr program enables forwarding of X-connections from this machine to host host. If port is given, that port will be used instead of the default.

The supported options are:
-l Log in on the remote host as user username
-k Disables keep-alives.

EXAMPLE

To login from host foo to host bar (where your display is), you might do the following.
  1. On foo: tenletxr bar
  2. You will get a new shell where you will be able to start X clients that will show their windows on bar.

BUGS

It currently checks if you have permission to run it by checking if you own /dev/console on the remote host.

SEE ALSO

kx(1), rxtelnet(1), rxterm(1), telnet(1), kxd(8)
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