[Tkinter-discuss] Opening Tkinter widgets in remote displays
gerardo at computo-industrial.com.mx
Mon Oct 30 18:29:55 CET 2006
As far as I know, there is nothing non-standard in Tkinter or the
underlying Tk library with respect to X11. Any application written for X11
should display if there is an X server available. What usually happens is
that the application/originating host do not have the authorization to
display. This should be within your control, if you have administrative
authorization on the target machine. A different story would be if there
is some sort of filtering that disallows X messages. A site which only
accepts httpd and ssh traffic would be an example.
On Mon, 30 Oct 2006, Jose Hales-Garcia wrote:
> Sorry if this has been asked already, I couldn't find any
> documentation about it.
> We're trying to get Tkinter's widgets to appear on an X11 server
> running remotely. Is this possible?
> So far we're only able to open widgets on the local console.
> Thank you for your time,
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