I’m running a piece of network backup software called ‘bacula’, on a minimal CentOS 6.4 install. I got everything working pretty well, but there’s one piece giving me some problem– a component which gives status info via a GUI. In the past, on previous installations, I could SSH to the bacula server with the -X option, and run the application (called ‘bat’), and it would display back. I’d have to make sure the sshd_config permits Xforwarding, but that was all.
On my new CentOS 6.4 minimal, I always get:
bat: cannot connect to X server I tried the usual tricks of exporting the display to my system where I want to see the GUI, which shouldn’t be necessary anyway due to the ‘ssh -X’, but I thought I’d give it a shot. Still no go.
I figured something was missing, since it is a minimal install, with no X. So I installed ‘xlogo’, thinking maybe all the X stuff needed to display that would be installed. By installing xlogo, I got a bunch of X stuff, including:
I also have:
But I still get the error.
Anyone know which package/rpm/lib I am missing?
Regards, Joseph Spenner