Re: Several questions

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On Mon, 2003-11-03 at 16:08, Wade Hampton wrote:
> Satish Balay wrote:

> >>If GDM was listening for remote connections it would be on port 177, but 
> >>since
> >>by default it doesn't do that, this isn't your issue.
> >>
> >>Port 6000 is (by default) the port that the first X display will listen 
> >>to for incomming
> >>connections. 
> >>
> >
> On RH 8, I added DisallowTCP=true to the gdm.conf file and it worked.
> I have tried in my gdm.conf file [security] section as described in
> When I restart gdm or when I reboot, port 6000 is still open (nmap -s T 
> <ip address>).
> I hope it is fixed in Fedora (of course, I hope the docs also describe 
> how to open it
> back up for those that don't know this option).

Wade, please reread the post. GDM is NOT listening on 6000, so your
changes to gdm.conf will NOT affect that. It is not a bug, you are
looking at the wrong software.

Reread the post from Ben Russo, it contains your answers (despite the
goof on xhost+, don't do that).



Bill Anderson
RHCE #807302597505773

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