P.Abhi wrote:the "windows mode" won't be in the putty window. If you have xming working, you just need to configure your putty session for x-11 port forwarding and not worry about your session's DISPLAY variable.
I installed Putty and Xming on my windows7 and server in linux box.I need to bering linux mode into GUI mode.
Please let me the configuration steps for xming and putty.
when am trying open the putty window but it is not getting in windows mode.
will check the disply varible also it showing -- localhost:10.0
You start the Xming X server on your Windows PC, then open PuTTy to establish a SSH session with X11 forwarding. PuTTy will pass the X11 protocol to Xming for processing and user interaction. You need to configure PuTTy for X11 forwarding as mentioned in the previous response. When starting a X client application on the remote server it will display on your local screen.
# yum install openssh-server xorg-x11-xauth xorg-x11-apps
P.Abhi wrote:If the clock appeared on your screen, then it IS opened "in GUI mode". What are you expecting? It is NOT going to appear inside your putty window. That is not how ssh and x-11 work.test it by logging on to a session and executing 'xclock'when i use xclock command clock will be open.how to open in GUI mode
And log in via putty with X forwarding enabled as a regular user, and issue:
# yum groupinstall "X Window System"
But I doubt that you want a full X environment with a network in between.
However, if the user does not ask for a Gnome desktop and just needs to run the Oracle Database installer, it might not be a good idea to suggest to install the whole X Window enchilada.
# yum groupinstall "X Window System" Desktop "General Purpose Desktop" \ "Graphical Administration Tools" "Legacy X Window System compatibility" # yum install system-config-lvm Then edit /etc/inittab and change the default init from 3 to 5 to have X Window start at the next system restart.
Please share me the Steps/Process. that is very helpful for me.Please share information that is helpful for us to help you.
P.Abhi wrote:And what would that "some thing" be? Maybe Oracle Database, wherein the installer (aka Oracle Universal Installer, aka OUI) is a GUI app? If so, it is just like xclock. If you can see the clock from xclock, you can run the OUI.
My machine having windows7 os and we are having LINUX Server(22.214.171.124).I need to install some thing on my unix server.
that why i need to bering the unix server in windows or gui mode.
I installed PUTTY,Xming in my windows machine and.I can acess the linux server throught putty.now i need to windows/gul mode for installing softwares.
Please share me the Steps/Process. that is very helpful for me.
This a good tuto, how to configure Xming and Putty on Windows for the GUI mode, URL.
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