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Linux Remote Desktop – Part 5: Review and Conclusion

Welcome to Part 5 (final part) of Linux Remote Desktop Series. I highly recommend that you see the basic assumptions and background before you read this any further. Part 1: Connect remotely to GNOME session using VNC In Part 1, we saw how can we connect to a remote Linux machine from either a Windows […]

Linux Remote Desktop – Part 4: Connect to remote Linux server with XDMCP protocol from another Linux machine

Welcome to Part 4 of Linux Remote Desktop Series. I highly recommend that you see the basic assumptions and background before you read this any further. What we will learn: In our last part we saw how to connect to a remote Linux host which has XDMCP protocol enabled through a Windows XP machine. In […]

Linux Remote Desktop – Part 3: Connect to remote Linux server with XDMCP protocol

Welcome to Part 3 of Linux Remote Desktop Series. I highly recommend that you see the basic assumptions and background before you read this any further. What we will learn: So far we have learnt how to do remote desktop with “Desktop Sharing” i.e. the person who connects remotely share the same desktop screen with […]

  
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