I am currently running SUSE 9.1 Pro (until I get my friggin copy of UBUNTU), but I am having one teeny weeny problem with SSH and remote administration with X. Here is the problem and scenario. I have a computer running as a fileserver that runs Fedora Core 1 and runs no X whatsoever. Now, I want to change some settings with regards to SAMBA, so from my machine (not the fileserver), I type in the following:
Then it connects, then I type this:
It loads, but it then says this:
blablabla needs an X server to run.
Now here is the weird thing, when I use any other distro, i can do what I wrote above, and it uses the X server on my machine to get the redhat-config-samba displayed. Is there something I can do so that I can run X programs from my SUSE machine off of my fileserver?
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My Server Specs: AMD Athlon X2 3800+, 2gb DDR2 RAM, 1.5TB HDD, Ubuntu 9.10
My Gaming PC: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.93ghz, 4gb DDR2 RAM, 9800GTX+