due to the corona situation we where ask to work from home most of the time. But I am currently not able to control the Logic SW remotely.
What I have tried so far.
a. usbip: is working (sometimes) but the vpn connection is to slow. After a very short time the connection times out.
b. x11vnc server: Logic2 throws errors on start about missing extensions (e.g. XRANDR)
c. start Logic2 from a ssh session with enabled X11 tunnel. Logic2 will start, but the window presented on the host is empty.
Personally I would prefer c. as this is the simplest solution. I have checked the X11 tunnel with Visual Studio Code and can confirm that the tunnel is working.
If you need logs or further information, please let me know
my setup consist of two Ubuntu machines. The first, where the Logic is connected to, is an Ubuntu 18.04, the second is an Ubuntu 20.04. On both machines X11 acts as display server.
On my second machine I open a ssh connection with X11 tunnel to my first machine:
$ ssh -X
I’m now connected to my first machine. If I start a program with a graphic interface X11 will route this transparently over the network and open a window on my second machine.