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    Ok guys, i need help here...

    I (as part of my work) need to connect to a DEC VMS server (a remote one), i am using FC2 and 3; i connect to the remote server using SSH.
    When i connect to the server i run a program on it which generates graphs for me, this is all well and good in FC2 - it does it and the output appears in a window with the title PGPlot.
    Now, i have tried to do the same in FC3 and Ubuntu - and when i do i get a load of different options like XServe, XWindow etc. Why does FC2 output the graph to a window like i want it to, but the others start firing options at me? I have installed PGPlot, but it doesn't work
    Is there anyway i can check in FC2 what is present and compare it to FC3? I have installed nearly everything to see if that works - but nothing!

    PLEASE HELP!

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    try ssh -X instead of ssh? (yes, capital x)

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    Quote Originally Posted by directhex
    try ssh -X instead of ssh? (yes, capital x)


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