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accepted How to test X11 Forwarding?
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comment How to test X11 Forwarding?
e.g. ssh host firefox (assuming firefox is installed on the host)
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comment How to test X11 Forwarding?
So you're saying, all I need to do is try to run firefox and it should work? You should make that comment an answer because that's all I need to know. I don't know if I need to start an X window session or specify any additional command line options, so that's why I am asking this question. If I can get a simple example working, then I can move onto getting the selenium configuration working.
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comment How to test X11 Forwarding?
Sorry, I was simplifying the example...I'm actually trying to run selenium which is supposed to start firefox behind the scenes, but I'm not sure where things are going wrong. When I run firefox on the remote host, I get Error: no display specified
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comment Steps to troubleshoot new Nginx installation
Well...I got it to work. I think I failed to enable my vhost. I thought I symlinked correctly from sites available, but when I looked, it was not there. Once I fixed the symlink, it started logging to the default nginx logs in /var/log/nginx/*
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comment Steps to troubleshoot new Nginx installation
Good idea, but that's not it because enabling the default vhost works fine. It must be something with my specific vhost config.