Currently, the N2510 V200R002C00 uses Suse Linux 10sp1 as its operating system. By default, Suse Linux 10sp1 does not support the Xmanager remote login. Then, how to enable this service?
The procedure for enabling the Xmanager of Suse Linux 10sp1 is as follows:
1. Log in to Suse Linux 10sp1 as user root.
2. Open the /etc/X11/xdm/Xaccess file. Find out the field any host can get a login window from the file. Check whether * #any host can get a login window is used for this line. If * #any host can get a login window is used, you need not change it. If #* #any host can get a login window is used, you need to delete # from it, save the result, and then close the file.
3. Open the /etc/X11/xdm/xdm-config file, find out the following line, and add ! to the beginning of the line.
Result after change:
Save the result and close the file.
4. Edit /etc/sysconfig/displaymanager.
DISPLAYMANAGER="gdm" //If Suse uses kdm, replace gdm here with kdm.
5. For Suse that uses gdm:
Ensure that the following information exists (the comment mark # of this line is removed).
6. For Suse that uses kdm:
# Whether KDM should listen to XDMCP requests. Default is true.
7: Restart DM: rcxdm restart
Try to remotely log in to the system through Xmanager. The login is expected to be successful.
The operation log and the snapshot for the login after configuration are included in the attachment.