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After install Google Chrome in EC2 won't open from Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS (HVM) command line [duplicate]

I have installed Google Chrome with following command line: $ wget -q -O - https://dl-ssl.google.com/linux/linux_signing_key.pub | sudo apt-key add - $ sudo sh -c 'echo "deb ...
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Where does xhost (or related X11 services) store access denied logs

Every time I setup a new computer for remote access I have problems getting it added to the xhost access list. I eventually get each system added. It would save a lot of time if I could locate the ...
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How can I override the title of an X11 window running across an SSH tunnel?

I am SSH'ing into a server which has a copy of Firefox installed on it that I need to run. I can SSH in and run Firefox, and it will run remotely as expected. However, I need to frequently have two ...
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X11 forwarding in SSH

How to run X11 GUI applications from a remote server using SSH? For example: my first desktop 192.168.1.1 my second desktop IP 192.168.1.12 I 'm sshing from my first desktop to the second and i ...
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Xterm giving error that DISPLAY is not set

$ xterm xterm: Xt error: Can't open display: xterm: DISPLAY is not set I connect to the server using ssh -X user@server. DISPLAY is not set $ echo $DISPLAY $ $ cat /etc/ssh/sshd_config | grep X ...
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Unable to fork: Cannot allocate memory

frequently getting 'fork: Cannot allocate memory' when running commands over ssh. I have 64Gb of RAM and usually 1~2Gb free. swap is more than 8gb free Ubuntu version:"Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS" Desktop ...
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How do I configure matplotlib to work on EC2?

We are trying to set up a virtual development / research cloud environment for our students. Students need to be able to log-in, launch python IDE, and plot some graphs for their homework. We are ...
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Is it possible to have the remote host name appear in X11 windows?

I found that running applications over X11 from remote virtual machines give a lot better performance than VNC or Spice. However, it can get confusing when you have a bunch of windows open on your ...
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Xming Alternative for ubuntu

I have a ubuntu machine that can be accessed remotely using putty. I run xming in the windows and Enabled X11 forwarding in putty. So if i start wireshark in the putty, i get the display in my ...
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X11-Forwarding ubuntu server

I'm trying to enable X11 forwarding from my headless ubuntu server (12.10) to regular ubuntu to forward virt-manager so I can install windows kvm machines. The problem is when I try to open an X ...
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How do I X forward a Windows application to a Linux system using ssh?

Ok, so if I have two Linux Machines (A and B) and I have a program on one, and want to run it on be I do: user@LinuxA:~$ ssh -X LinuxB user@LinuxB:~$ programName (Displays on LinuxA machine) Ok ...
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SSH to open GUI on target machine?

I know -X -Y options in ssh for X11 forwarding.But these options open the gui apps on my pc.But I want to open a gui application "exactly" on target machine. So please help me with this. I tried this ...
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GUI application on (from ?) a server without X11

Is it possible to run a GUI application (firefox / xterm / GNU plot) on an Ubuntu server (The server does not have X11 installed) over an SSH with X11 forwarding (The client has X11 installed)? I am ...
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Loop function in /bin/x11

There is a quest about /bin/x11/ in Ubuntu 11.10. X11 generate a loop, while a second X11 map is also in it, but it is not possible to delete or change the inbound X11 map within X11. With regards ...
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“can't open display” weirdness over ssh

Some time back, (maybe a year?), my environment was working correctly. But some time in the last year or so I started getting "can't open display" errors. It's weird because I can ssh into the ...
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What is the difference between `ssh -Y` (trusted X11 forwarding) and `ssh -X` (untrusted X11 forwarding)?

What is the difference between ssh -Y (trusted X11 forwarding) and ssh -X (untrusted X11 forwarding)? As far as I have understood it, it has something to do with security, but I did not grasp the ...