SBC's and ssh's encryptions

Gene Heskett gheskett at
Mon Nov 28 03:30:08 AEDT 2016

On Sunday 27 November 2016 07:40:43 Peter Stuge wrote:

> Gene Heskett wrote:
> > > (Set DISPLAY on pi with odroid IP. Run xauth +pi on odroid. Start
> > > X programs on pi.)
> >
> > sample/example cli?
> pi (pi is ..71.8
> odroid (odroid64 is ..71.9
> On odroid
xauth +
> On pi,
export DISPLAY=
> On pi, in same shell as above, start the GUI application

So the monitor is plugged into the droid, but the keyboard & mouse are 
plugged into the pi? That may be better than my image of running the pi 
from an ssh login to it from the droid.  Which is how its running now, 
useing the ssh forwarding thru all the encrypt.decrypt stuff, which is 
killing the speed.

If all this can be put into the correct rc.local files, so it Just Works 
when the whole system is powered up, that would be very nice as it gets 
rid of one keyboard and mouse except when doing maintenance or trouble 

> No X server runs on pi. Change only the IP addresses.
> Read more man-pages and maybe also some tutorials to get an idea of
> how it works.

I think I am getting a grip on it, you are basically saying exactly the 
same thing 2 others have told me in the last 2 hours.  Now all I should 
have to do is undo, from its own keyboard a change I made 
to /etc/ssh/sshd_config, reboot it again, right now its not accepting 
connections from at least 2 other machines.
Thank you Peter

Cheers, Gene Heskett
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