About XDMCP X server options
Any X server that supports the XDMCP protocol can request
a scologin session.
To do this, the server must be started with the
appropriate options to request the session.
The SCO X server (Xsco) uses the following options
to determine how it uses XDMCP:
enables XDMCP and broadcasts
BroadcastQuery packets to the network.
The first responding display manager is chosen for the session.
sets the value of the additional XDMCP display qualifier,
which is used in resource lookup for display-specific options. By
default, the value is ``MIT-Unspecified''.
sets the value of a private key shared between the X server and
the manager, which is used when testing XDM-AUTHENTICATION-1
allows the display manager to identify each display so that it
can locate the shared key
enables XDMCP and sends IndirectQuery
packets to the specified host
exits the X server after the first session is over. Normally,
the X server keeps starting sessions, one after the other.
specifies an alternate port number for XDMCP packets.
It must be specified before any -query,
-broadcast or -indirect options.
enables XDMCP and sends Query packets to
the specified host
for a complete list of X server options
Running scologin with XDMCP
Configuring scologin on multiple displays
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003