I have SSH working for remotely accessing the computers at my university departments computer lab, which run Linux. Most of the information supplied by the department is with regards to windows, however I've found that most commands work the same on my Mac once I'm logged in. One thing I can't get to work is graphics. The things I've been reading seem to indicate that I shouldn't need to do much in terms of manually setting things like graphics up, and that windows users have to do this setenv DISPLAY command in order for graphics to display. I had to do that as well, since my display is not set as the default display when I log in. That worked fine, I put in my ip address and then a colon and 0 (is that right? I'm told if I have only one screen that it should be 0, and that 1, 2, etc are for multiple monitors connected to my computer??) and when I check it, it shows as my IPaddress:0. However, graphics still won't work. Before I did the DISPLAY thing I was getting an immediate error. Something about xset or x11 or both... once I set my display it would wait a really long time where I thought maybe something was loading, but then I'd still get an error. Is it possible to get graphics working using SSH in the terminal on my Mac? Does it sound possible to do it in this situation? Any help would be greatly appreciated!