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I sometimes get called to do emergency Linux sysop tasks and to edit
PHP scripts while I'm on the road or in a hotel. Unfortunately,
there's a lot of restricted Internet out there with only ports 80 and
443 available. I have a spare Ubuntu Desktop laptop at home. My
always-on DSL router at home also allows port forwarding. Can anyone
share any tips or steps on how I might be able to share that desktop
securely (keyword, there) so that I can access its GUI over port 443
from a hotel using a service like DynDNS?
To access this, I have
a Mac laptop with an Ubuntu Linux Virtual Machine as well.
mean, some thoughts I need to research at this point:
* What
Hey everyone,
I just downloaded and installed nomachine's free
nxserver/node/client package on my server box at home and client on my
laptop using Sprint EVDO. Took all of 4 minutes to be up and running
on both and I connect flawlessly.
I did notice however that a
seperate x session or something is loaded when I use the nxclient to
log into my server (and by server I mean a Ubuntu Desktop box running
at home). I had VNC open along with nx and VNC affected my desktop on
the monitor at home while nxclient did not.
Is there a way to
use nxclient to connect to the desktop someone is using? I am looking
at this because I have just convinced my wife t
Hey hey,
I have managed to figure out how to connect to my
brothers comp via these two programs.
I had to port forward both
our routers and input our external ip address. The programs seem to
see each other and starts the authorising process but get 1/4 the way
through then times out:( this takes about 3 minutes to time out />Any suggestions
I had been sharing my desktop with a colleague, with the feature to
disable the background wallpaper while connected. We had some
problems with the connection and my Desktop Sharing program became
unresponsive so I killed its running process (with SIGTERM).
regardless of whether I have desktop sharing enabled, my desktop
wallpaper is not displayed. I have tried rebooting my machine,
(making sure that desktop sharing isn't started in my default session)
but although the wallpaper is briefly display, as soon as my panels
are being drawn, the wallpaper disappears and all I can see is the
solid background colour. Changing desktop wallpapers does not fix the
problem - the so
that is the solucion i have found in many
give remote access from any OS to linux.
it is great
and free.
it is like crossloop.
if you know something better
please let us know.
i hope you can enjoy it.
both machines are amd 64 and neither machine has a bit of trouble
seeing a third machine if its a windoz one. would very much like to
get these 2 ubuntu pc's file sharing as easily as with a windoz one.

so far using the nautilus file sharing option doesn't work.
samba doesn't either.have looked at giver and something like nfs
without result. don't want to resort to using ubuntu one to do what
should be very quick and easy but isn't.
is there a simple and
clear tutorial or menu to follow out there?

I'm new to C#. I've written an application for desktop sharing
using Window Sharing API based on this href=""
In the blog post, authors said that sharer can reverse connect to
viewer using IRDPSRAPISharingSession::ConnectToClient method but I
don't know how to use it.

After reading through the link I mentioned here are what I've done in
my App:

  1. At the viewer

    //Generate a reverse connection string
    String connectionStr = pRdpViewer.StartReverseConnectListener(null,
    null, null);
    //Write the connection string to file so that the sharer can get it
    //Start Listening on the connection string generated at step
    pRdpViewer.StartReverseConnectListener(connectionStr, "",

  2. At the sharer

    //Get the reverse connection string
    String reverseConnectionStr = ReadFromFile();
    m_pRdpSession = new RDPSession();
    //Connect to client using the reverse connection string

I surrounds all my code with try/catch statements, the code run
without any exception but at the viewer I cannot see the

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