Subject: Re: [uml-user] "Virtual" X display

[email protected] said:
> Is there any feature in UML (what i missed when read the docs and the
> lists) to configure some "virtual" display which on the host and
> accessible directly from the UML? Or just a simple port forwarding
> what enable us to forward a port on UML (eg. 6000) to a port on the
> host without using the UML-host network?

There's a proposed feature, which hasn't been implemented, which would tie
a UML socket to a host socket, ala hostfs. So, you'd bind a socket inside
UML to the host X11 unix socket, and it would become a normal,
non-network-using, X client.


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