Linux as workstation (multiple logins, DCOP problem)
kevin.krammer at gmx.at
Wed Feb 26 20:31:45 GMT 2003
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On Mittwoch, 26. Februar 2003 18:51, Timco Visser wrote:
> That's a pitty. I was just telling everyone how easy
> it was to use Linux remotely and that you can start up
> any program on any system but still see it on your
> screen (by setting DISPLAY etc.).
> So then they also wanted to be able to have this
> ``clickable thingy'' (KDE) on their remote computer
> (which uses exceed). Okay, no problem. Except for the
> fact that everybody uses the Administrator account and
> also want to have one single login name for linux...
> Since you can startup the same program twice on one
> computer, being the same user, but still sending the
> output to two different screens, I was hoping that
> this would also be possible for KDE (which, admittedly
> you cannot compare to a regular program). Alas not.
> Well, maybe they'll learn that it's not so bad to use
> different login names.
You could check if the .DCOP files or links contains the hostname _and_
Because this should allow starting KDE in the same account even on the
Kevin Krammer <kevin.krammer at gmx.at>
Developer at the Kmud Project http://www.kmud.de/
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