Running remote programs
Networking plays a large part in the SCO OpenServer Graphical Environment;
it allows you to mount remote filesystems,
and it lets you execute X clients
on remote machines while interacting with them from your display.
The ability to operate programs over a network
does, however, introduce the issue of controlling
which clients can access a display.
For reasons of security, you may not want every user on
every system in your network to have permission to use your X server.
There are three tasks you must perform before you can use
remote clients on your display:
This chapter describes how to do each of these tasks.
Gaining access to the remote client
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003