A forum search will turn up some similar problems, but I don't know a direct solution. Running a display manager remotely is generally not a good idea. If running an X server, then running a display manager locally on the X server system, and just starting X applications on the remote system is usually preferable for performance reasons. Another approach is to forget the local X server and use VNC or NX/FreeNX.
I registered for this site just so I could scold you for your attitude. When I started using Linux the attitude was "Cool, how did you do that? Will you help me do that? Thanks!"
Now the attitude is "Why are you trying to do that? You shouldn't do that. You should do this instead". Terrible.
Now what I would really like to know is how to disable the console X server on CentOS 6?
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