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Description of problem:
If I ssh to another system and start redhat-config-users
over the ssh X tunnel, there is no way (except if I know
certain users exist on one system and not another) to
tell which system the window comes from.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.ducks# /usr/bin/redhat-config-users &
2.ducks# ssh root@desk
Actual Results: I get two user configuration windows, and no way to
tell which is which.
Expected Results: The window title (or at least a menu item) should give hostname.
I understand your point, but doesn't this same problem exist with pretty much
every application that you might run over an ssh tunnel? I know I've gotten
confused in the past when I had two copies of an app running...one was local and
one was remote and it was pretty much impossible to tell the difference.
So yes, I could change redhat-config-users, but that only fixes one app out of
hundreds. In general, I'm reluctant to make those kinds of changes to one app
when the actual problem is a much larger issue. I think the most feasible
answer is for the user to be careful when are running an application through an