X11 no longer working

Richard Tobin richard at inf.ed.ac.uk
Sat May 9 11:22:14 UTC 2020

> >> Does running xclock or other X clients locally work?

> No. xclock also hangs locally.

So it's not an ssh problem.

> > Also, do ssh -v -Y and see what it says about X11 forwarding.

> Have gone through the ssh connection already in previous posts.

So you did, I missed that.

> What make me wonder is, when I'm looking at the process command 
> line of the Xquartz process that there is a -nolisten tcp (?!)
>  6306 s003  S<     0:00.00 /opt/X11/bin/Xquartz :0 -nolisten tcp -iglx
> -auth /var/root/.serverauth.6258

That's ok, you're not trying to connect to X by TCP, but through
the unix socket :0.  (Just to be sure, try "xclock -display :0")

Is there a quartz-wm process running?

-- Richard

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