Good day everyone, I'm attempting to access a Linux server and trying to bring up its GUI via SSH in XQuartz. So far, this is what I did: 1. Open an xterm window 2. Typed ssh -X firstname.lastname@example.org 3. Accessed all my files there via cd, ls, all the standard commands 4. Tried to bring up a GUI with gnome-session >&/dev/null & The problem is, it starts the remote desktop locally with a transparent background. So whatever folders I click in the Linux desktop gets passed through to the Mac desktop instead.. Is there anyway to make the whole session opaque and act like a separate app window? I'm not considering to launch apps that I need rather than Gnome. I managed to do everything successfully on Windows with a mix of Putty, XLaunch and Xming (selected the Fullscreen option in XLaunch, that is, to make it act like a separate environment altogether, where everything in the Linux GUI is clickable like I was sitting in front of it). I was hoping I could achieve the same thing in OS X. I'd appreciate any help.