Thu Jul 31 10:47:00 2003
Enver also suggested the same. I tried SSH tunnel too, and of course it
didn't work. As you assumed, I think the university configurations doesn't
allow me to run the program. I will try my last chance and talk to them.
Thanks for your interest and suggestions though...
>From: Akira Hatakeyama <email@example.com>
>To: Huseyin Coskun <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>CC: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
>Subject: Re: Windows-Linux
>Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2003 14:25:37 +0900
>On Wed, Jul 30, 2003 at 05:30:59AM +0000, Huseyin Coskun wrote:
> > Hi Enver, Akira James and all,
> > Thanks for your swift responces. Let me state the problem more
> > First, this is (VNC) completely new to me. I explained below what I
> > 1. I did download x86Linux to my university account at which I would
> > to reach and view from home.
> > 2. I run vncserver at the remote linux system by the command
> > 3. I am doing SSH to the remote system. (I tried both firewall enabled
> > disabled, both same...)
> > 4. I received a message like: "New 'X' desktop is somethinghere:1" from
> > eremote server.
> > 5. I installed x86win32 to my laptop (Windows XP).
> > 6. I run VNC Viewer on my laptop and paste "somethinghere:1" to the host
> > name section.
> > 7. Nothing happened... Neither an error message.
> > I hope the problem is more clear now. Thanks for any comments in
> > Huseyin
>It seems Univ's firewall rejecting VNC connection. Let search
>some guide for "VNC" and "SSH tunnel".
> I, personally didn't try SSH tunneling, but there are
> many discussions on the list, and there's lot of such
> guide on the web.
>Akira Hatakeyama E-Mail: email@example.com
>chigasaki-minami, tsuzuki ward, yokohama, japan
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