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Configuring Xserver in Ubuntu to allow remote applications

Running remote applications on Fedora and Red Hat works out of box, but it doesn't on Ubuntu.

Here is how you can make it work:

Edit the /etc/gdm/gdm.schemas and change:

$ sudo vi /etc/gdm/gdm.schemas

find

security/TCP DisAllowTCP

and set it to false

Then restart Xserver or reboot the box and run this command to allow remote hosts to open windows on your Xserver:

$ xhost +
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