OK, here it is... after all that it's actually quite simple. Replace LOCAL and REMOTE below with the hostnames of your local workstation and remote system, respectively (don't get them mixed up!)
xhost +REMOTE. If you use
xauthyou may need to do more than this; see the xauth(1) man page for more information. You should consult the Remote X Apps Mini-HOWTO if you're not familiar with remote X access permission setup.
lbxproxyand tell it to forward to the LOCAL X server, like this:
$ lbxproxy -display LOCAL:0 :1 &
lbxproxyto use display
:1on the REMOTE system; if that system has >1 display already you can use
:2or whatever instead.
lbxproxyis providing, instead of the normal display:
Or, if you use csh or clones:
$ DISPLAY=:1 $ export DISPLAY
% setenv DISPLAY :1
xauthyou will need to ensure that your cookie is available locally. See the Remote X Apps Mini-HOWTO for more information on this.
That's it; all X apps that are started up pointing to
:1 will use LBX. Of course, there's no reason you couldn't also start X apps pointing to
LOCAL:0 and have both running at the same time.