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Xmanager RHEL5

For XDMCP connection to Red Hat 5 EL 1. XDM Configuration 1. Change runlevel to 5 Open etc initta! and "et the initial runlevel to 5 a" follo#ing$ id$5$initdefault$ %. Ena!le XDMCP For &DM$ Open etc gd' cu"to'.conf and "et the Ena!le entr( to 1 in the )*d'cp+ "ection a" follo#ing. )*d'cp+ Ena!le,1 For -DM$ Open u"r "hare config .d' Xacce"" and re'ove the initial /0/ character for the follo#ing line$ 01 0an( ho"t can get a login #indo# ,,2 1 0an( ho"t can get a login #indo# Open u"r "hare config .d' .d'rc and "et the Ena!le entr( to true in the )*d'cp+ "ection a" follo#ing. )*d'cp+ Ena!le,true %. Fire#all 34CP 5DP Port"6 Configuration Open 5DP port 177 fro' the PC to the re'ote ho"t direction. Open inco'ing 4CP port" 8999:8919 fro' the re'ote ho"t to (our PC. ;. Re!oot the re'ote ho"t and "tart X'anager 0 init ;< init 5

_____________________________________________ From: Rajeev Goel Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2008 5:44 P To: Rajes! "umar Subject: e#able $dm o# l%#u$

Enabling XDM Access On Linux Edit /etc/X11/xdm/xdm-config. Comment out the last line saying Dis!layManage"."e#uest$o"t % by adding an &'& on the f"ont. Edit /etc/X11/xdm/Xaccess. (ncomment the line )* )any host can get a login +indo+ by "emo,ing the fi"st &)&.

-he next file to edit de!ends on +hich XDM ,e"sion you a"e using. .o" /DM based systems 0e.g. 1ed2at3 edit /etc/X11/gdm/gdm.conf. .o" 4DM based systems 0e.g. 5u5E3 edit /us"/sha"e/config/6dm/6dm"c. 7f unsu"e8 editing both +ill do no ha"m. 7n eithe" case8 find the section 9Xdmc!: Enable;false Change &false& to &t"ue& o" &1&. (nde"neath this 0i.e. some+he"e inside the 9Xdmc!: section38 ma6e su"e you ha,e a line +hich says $o"t;1<< 7f it is commented out then uncomment it. 7f it says $o"t;% then change it to say $o"t;1<<. 7f it is missing enti"ely then add it. =ou no+ need to "esta"t the XDM/4DM//DM !"ocess to ma6e it notice the changes. -he easiest +ay to do this is &init >? init @&. Aote that this +ill c"ash any X des6to! you 0o"

any othe" use"s3 a"e "unning on the machine at the time. 7f you !"efe" not to do this8 you can 6ill and "esta"t the !"ocesses manually.

Enabling XFS for Linux


Edit /etc/X11/fs/config. Comment out the last line &no-listen = tcp& by !utting a &)& on the f"ont. 1esta"t the font se",e" /etc/init.d/xfs "esta"t

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XDMCP: SuSe Linux


On @u@E linu* "("te'" (ou 'u"t 'anuall( edit the configuration file". 1. Log in a" root %. Open /etc/sysconfig/displaymanager Change DISPLAYMANAGER_REMOTE_ACCESS !"e#! ;. Open the file" /etc/opt/kde3/share/config/kdm/kdmrc and /etc/opt/kde3/share/config/kdm/kdmrc.SuSEconfig
edit etc opt gno'e gd' gd'.conf

Find the XDMCP "ection and "et Ena!le to true $X%m&'( Ena)*e +rue ,i**ing -e+&-X..-x%m-X/i**ing Xa&&e## -e+&-X..-x%m-Xa&&e## A. Open /etc/X11/xdm/Xaccess Ma.e "ure there i" no 0 to the left of the 1 in the follo#ing ho"t line 0 1an" 23#+ &an ge+ a *3gin /in%3/ 5. Open /etc/X11/xdm/xdm_config Change the Di"pla(Manager.reBue"tPort line to Di#'*a"Manager4re5ue#+P3r+: .66 8. Re"tart the "("te' DonCt forget to open up (our Fire#all port". For help configuring (our fire#allD "ee >hat port" need to !e opened for XDMCP. Ho# do E ena!le XDMCP on '( 5ni* 'achine