If a pop-up appears during Xquartz installation that states security
settings are not allowing the Xquartz client to run, do the following:
- Go to System Preferences, click on Security and Preferences, and
- click "Allow" next to the Xquartz client.
If your OS X version is 10.9 or higher, click the "OS X 10.9 and higher
DMG" link on this page, otherwise, click the "OS X 10.6 and higher DMG"
link on this page. If you're not sure what you OS X version is, look
instructions on finding your version.
Download x2goclient.zip. Open the Terminal
utility and run the following shell command:
Reboot your Mac.
Run the x2goclient application. Some versions of OS X may refuse to run
the application. If this happens to you, Control-click the x2goclient
application, click "Open," and then click Open in the dialog box that will
open. (See "How to open an app from an unidentified developer and exempt it
Gatekeeper" here. You
will only have to do this once.)
Once x2goclient is running, you should see a Phoenix card on the righthand
side of the X2Go Client. If not, go
here to configure your Phoenix
connection manually. Following that, come back here.
Click on the Phoenix card on the righhand side
of the X2Go Client:
Then, enter your login information on the lefthand
side of the X2Go Client: