I have two lenny systems that have been working great. One is my "workstation" and the other is my "server". Whenever I need to perform maintenance on the server, I generally invoke Xephyr on the workstation into the server and flawlessly run Upgrade Manager, etc., by providing the root password on the gui of the server. I recently installed a third system that I wish to use as a "mirror" for the server. I thought I have configured everything properly as I can do 99% of all operations that I need to (mount/read/write to the drives of the mirror etc) from my workstation. Xephyr works fine with a user account on the mirror. However, when I try to run upgrade manager, I get the prompt for the root password, but then the program exits with no error. I can ssh remotely into the mirror's root account with no problems, but I like the convenience of the X interface when performing routine tasks. I'm sure I've missed a single line in a config file somewhere not changing a "no" to a "yes", but I can't seem to find it. Any suggestions?