On Fri, Nov 02, 2007, Ronald Cohen wrote:
>Even after doing this you may still get the warning about no xauth
>data. I'm finding just that happening when I connect to a particular
>remote Linux box. (The connection seems to work, although it takes a
>very long time (like, a minute) for an xterm from the remote host to
>appear. I don't have the same problems -- slow connection and the
>warning -- when connecting from a slower machine running Tiger on
>the same wireless network, or connecting to other remote machines).
The no xauth data may indicate that the remote Linux box's ssh isn't built
with X11 forwarding support.
Long delays are frequently an indication of DNS lookup problems on either
end of the connection.
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