[SATLUG] Remote Control of your home computer
dubose at texas.net
Sun Oct 24 16:54:53 CDT 2010
Thanks Othniel...I figured you would remember even if I couldn't.
There are a whole bunch of hams running Linux who want to run their data
mode application and remote iit from work...but haven't figured out how
to do it yet.
SATLUG comes through again.
As I remember from the early days when we met at Trinity University, the
thought/desire for SATLUG was to become a prime source of Linux
information for the San Antonio and surrounding area. I think you have
On 10/24/2010 04:34 PM, Othniel Graichen wrote:
> I do and its Simple:
> ssh -X -l walt box
> where walt is the user name you want to use on the server called "box"
> specifying -X switch allows you to run X apps like nautilus
> Do not use xhost for any reason.
> Once you have ssh into the remote server you may run xterm or gnome-terminal
> which allows multiple sessions at click of a mouse. Also konsole for kde.
> Launching X apps is done in the background with&
> ssh is the solution.
> Furthermore, Microsoft people can also install free software to become
> Xwindows compatible and thereby graphics terminals to a Linux box.
> On Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 4:15 PM, Walt DuBose<dubose at texas.net> wrote:
>> Othniel (In Hebrew, lion of God) and I had remote control of our Solaris
>> Web Servers when we were working out at Kelly. We used SSH and X-Host and
>> X-term and I have forgotten how we did it.
>> Othniel, and others, do you have any idea how we might have done this?
>> I have a "burning desire" to do this with my notebook computer from several
>> WiFi hot-spots as well as from the goat shed in my back yard and my wife
>> wants to use here laptop to do the same thing.
>> Any assistance (written process) would be GREATLY appreciated.
>> Gee, its been 20 years since I worked at Kelly and about that long that
>> Othniel has known Linux.
>> Am I getting old or what?
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