I have two Fedora systems.
From one of the systems (“local”), I logged in to the other (“remote”) using ssh -X.
I am opening applications in the remote systems such as “nautilus &” file manager, and was hoping it will open the GUI in the local system. That’s how it used to work before. Now, it’s opening the file manager in the remote system.
Any suggestions to get the applications to open in the local system?
I just rechecked on my system. I have 2 Fedora 39 machines and ssh -X connects and allows me to open a gui app on the remote system with display on the local system.
This image shows the results. The black screen portion at the bottom is the text window showing the commands.
You only waited a very short time between launching nautilus and the time you entered the ^Z. Less than 1 min 20 sec between 2 commands and part of that was the ^Z which stopped nautilus wherever it was in the startup.
I am using F39, Workstation with gnome and wayland on both systems.