Bugzilla – Bug 1075705
impossible to start X without -nolisten tcp
Last modified: 2018-01-20 03:20:02 UTC
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Opening port 6000 via yast2 has no effect. Commenting out every line in every script with -nolisten has no effect. editing /etc/sddm.conf has no effect.
There should be a way to start X without the -nolisten tcp flag. It appears to be hardwired into SDDM.
yast2 -> /etc/sysconfig Editor -> Desktop -> Display manager -> DISPLAYMANAGER_XSERVER_TCP_PORT_6000_OPEN
is broken and has no effect. Reboot shows X still running with -nolisten tcp.
Hi Jason, could you please reference the link below and provide yast2 log? Thanks.
reassigning to sddm mainatainer as it is its responsibility to read it or provide way how to open port.
sddm doesn't read most values in /etc/sysconfig/displaymanager,
to configure it manually add a file /etc/sddm.conf.d/listen.conf with this:
Please reopen if this somehow does not lead to the desired result.
Now make it work through the yast2 gui? That's still broken.