I want to connect to a server via ssh and log in (remotely) a user in X11 (gdm).
A little context:
I need to install a wine application in 30 computers, but wine require X11, there is nobody loged there, so wine does not work properly. I want to remotely login in display=:0.0 a user so this user receive the window (it only start and close), there i need to ()neThere is no one logged on there. I need to start a graphical app there (wine installer) but I cannot because it needs a display with X11 (to open a wineconsole).
Is it posible to log a user remotely on X11
My config: every computer have fedora 10 and gnome.
I do not want to do X-forwarding, I want to show the window on the remote computer, not mine. I want to log the user on the remote computer. If I go (fisicali) to the computer, the user should be logged on.
Update: I asked to gdm developers, but I had no answers... I'm starting to think there is no way. The only option I can think is to config autologin, restart gdm, and get the config normal again (all by script) But I have to read a lot for that and is not so important, I prefer to log in manualy 30 times.