I am new to Xming. I have installed and have connected to a server using Putty.
But when I type "xclock" for testing there is no output. It just remains like that.
I have a micro Amazon instance the I want to use for testing and everything is going fine until the title. If I set up all the info in PuTTy, open it up and run 'xclock', all runs perfectly and it opens on Xming on my local desktop.
I have successfully installed Xming and I am using Putty to connect to AIX 6.1. I am able to run xclock etc and they display graphically well, when I execute xterm I am getting a proper aixterm window but if I type in it I get characters different than the one I typed, I do not know if this is a keyboard mapping issue or an emulation issue.
I want to display a program on my local workstation, that is running on a remote AIX, and I have done the following:
install an X server (Xming) on my windows machine
enable X11 forwarding in Putty
enable X11 forwarding for the SSH daemon
restart SSH daemon
text X session using xclock
but it displayed this :
Error: Can't open display: 10
It's a problem that the time display of fedora is too small for me.So that I'd like to try xclock.However,I don't know how to run this program automatically as soon as I log in to my system.I got stucked:(
I've tried to modify the .bashrc file in my home directory.
So I have Putty, Xming and Gedit installed on my Laptop (running Windows 8). I have accessed some files from my university by using putty so I can view the c files from Uni but how do I compile files I have saved in gedit/send the files to the university server or what not.