SSH command "-X"
Date: Fri, 12 Nov 2004 02:01:06 +0100
In linux one can write:
ssh -l "username" -X -C "host"
Then all the applications you use on the linux server you ar connected to
will show with graphics, menus etc.
But I have also installed SSH on my WinXP partition, where do I put the
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