Re: Remote control by X-Server
Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2003 01:18:50 GMT
Lupo Alberto wrote:
> Wow, I've installed the first Linux RH mahcine in my WAN, we were looking
> to RH to have an internal web-server, and all seems to work fine.
> The point is:
> Someone said to me that I could remotely administer my linux grafically
> with another X-Server maybe installed over my desktop which still is
> another Linux mahcine!
> Is it possible?? I mean is possible to use an X-Server pointed to another
> Linux O.S. in my LAN?? It would be great ! ! !
> I'm a newbye and I don't know lots of this S.O.
> Could someone lead me to any source of information about my
> trouble...really I wouldn't use "webmin" or other third part tools... I
> wish to solve my problems only with Linux ! !
I often run apps remotely using X. The easiest way, is to connect to the
remote computer with ssh and enter the command to start the app.
As an example, last weekend, I was out on my balcony, with my notebook
computer. I connected to my main system via WiFi and ran the Knode news
Fundamentalism is fundamentally wrong.
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