Possible to bind KDE applications to a certain IP address?
saschahlusiak at arcor.de
Mon May 28 23:32:43 BST 2007
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> For example: The IP addresses of the debian machine are 192.168.0.20 and
> 192.168.0.21, kdm is listening on 192.168.0.21. But any application
> which is then opened by a windows user (for example kate) is listening
> on 192.168.0.20.
Are you sure, kate has opened a port and is listening? Checked with
netstat -lnptu? Can you post the lines of kate?
I think, kate has a connection to the client established but because
the server has two ip's from the same subnet, it does not prefer
either one of them.
> Is there any general way to bind the kde applications (like kate,
> konsole etc.) to a certain IP address (the one kdm listens on would be
> perfect) if multiple IP addresses are availible?
What are non-kde apps doing? I doubt KDE has anything to do with it so
neither can it be fixed by KDE devs.
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