Ubuntu :: Run A Remote Unix Session Using System?

Aug 2, 2011

At the moment I am using Hummingbird Exceed on a windows PC to display X windows from a Unix server. The actual Exceed tool I use is called 'hwm' which I believe is basically an pc based X Windows manager. I do not need to configure anything other than the client computer name, IP address and screen definition and the server will then allow a connection and display the X windows on the client. I was wondering if there is an equivalent application I can run using Ubunto as a client insted of a Windows PC?

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Programming :: Connect To Remote Unix Server Using Script?

Aug 4, 2010

1)We need to do a clean up a folder in a remote unix server . What is the best option to connect to remote server? how do we use ssh ? Is there any prerequisite to use ssh?

2) We have to SCP few files to another folder in a remote unix server . I formed the below command to use in script. Is it of correct usage? scp -r $POS_HOME/posctl [login nameip address:/home/username/directory]

I have seen public key/private key generation part for SCP. How do we handle this? Does this need to be done as unix admin?

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Jan 24, 2011

Is there any unix command to list services running on remote unix box.

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Mar 29, 2010

Sending computer runs linux. Recieving runs OS X.

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Mar 14, 2011

Is it possible to remote login (x -session) to a second computer( first time) from a first computer.
OS : Ubuntu 10.10

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Nov 10, 2010

I've been working on this since last night (a few hours) but can't seem to find what I am looking for. I'll spare you the details of what I've tried already.

Could someone guide me through connecting to my Ubuntu server using a remote X session? The "kicker" is that I want to do this from a Knoppix LIVE CD. So whatever method I am given will have to be something that is common to most Linux distros.

I imagine I will need help with two important steps:

1) verifying that I have an xserver of some kind running on my server.

2) command line statement for starting the Xserver from the remote machine.

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Ubuntu :: Remote Session In Separate Workspace

Feb 5, 2011

I am heavily using remote X11 via ssh (from Ubuntu to Ubuntu).The method I am using is connecting with ssh -X and then running the X application I want to use.Most of the times this is adequate but some times I need to have a desktop view. Running gnome-session in the ssh session, produces a couple of errors (printer and other hardware related) which appears normal but at the end it works. The problem is that desktops end up mixed up with windows from all sessions together and the panels and menus from the last session.

What I am trying to achieve is to have each gnome session in a specific workspace. It will be easy using shortcuts like ctrl-super-right/left to move between different machines. Can something like that be achieved?I know the easy solution would be to vnc to all machines and maximize the vnc viewer in the desired workspace, but this would be really slow and against the linux way of thinking (as is trying to get the remote gnome desktop, but that is another story).Another solution would be to open the gnome panels in a titled window, so that I can see them all at once and distribute them across workspaces. But how do I do that?

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Ubuntu :: Remote Access Without An Active Logon Session?

Oct 10, 2010

I'm in the process of converting my Windows NT server to an ubuntu server box. I've been testing the server edition in a virtual machine and I only have one problem.

My server computer doesn't have a screen and i was wondering if i can logon to the computer using remote desktop without an active logon session already in progress.

At the moment, I need to be logged on in the desktop environment before i can connect to the remote desktop service in Ubuntu. In Windows, you don't need to have an active logon session to connect remotely (so you can startup a session without needing a screen). I would like to have the same, so i don't need to run to server just to logon after restarting it.

It is probably some service i need to start on system boot, but well, i'm not that familiar yet with linux servers, at least not to do that kind of stuff.

My users would also like to have a visual interface (which is why i installed the ubuntu-desktop from the repository).

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General :: Options Available To Take Remote Gui Based Session Of Ubuntu

Mar 4, 2011

Can someone highlight options available to take remote gui based session of ubuntu. Other then VNC, is there any other option ?I want to take gui based session of ubuntu from a windows machine

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Slackware :: Making A Remote Session?

Jul 10, 2010

I am installing Slackware on a friends computer soon and I want to be able to log into his machine from home so that I can run updates and such for him. What programs do you guys recommend for this, freenx, realVNC, etc?

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CentOS 5 :: Can't Start A Remote-Session

Jan 12, 2010

I can't start a Remote-Session and I'm looking to the log-files at the moment. Where are the logfiles for NX?

I found, but here is nothing inside:

/var/log/nxserver.log [root@headnode1 ~]# cat /var/log/nxserver.log [root@headnode1 ~]#

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Ubuntu Servers :: 9.10 64bit Remote Session Into Gnome Desktop

Mar 14, 2010

Currently using Ubuntu9.10 Desktop 64bit. I want to remotely login into this Ubuntu pc Gnome Desktop from my office Windows PC with a separate user and one particular application assigned to this user ID.

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Fedora :: Launch X Apps On A Remote Ssh Session?

Mar 5, 2010

Desktop computer (AMD64) running F12. Nothing unusual about it, stock install. Thinkpad laptop running Windows XP. Putty is installed, I can SSH to Fedora.

If I'm at the laptop, in a Putty session, how can I (for example) type "firefox" and have the resultant Firefox window appear on-the-laptop?

I generally have X running all the time on the desktop because I can't get the wireless network connection to function without NetworkManger (not that I really care because I'm rarely at a console screen and need net access).

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Jul 11, 2011

I'd like to remotely administer my Linux machine at home whilst I'm at work. Only ports 80 and 443 are avaiable, through an HTTP proxy. I don't want to install tunnelling software.What I really need is something that'll run on my server and display a console inside a web browser.

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Red Hat :: High Network Usage With Remote X Session

Aug 5, 2009

I am trying to figure out why the remote X performance of our RedHat 5.3 system is so bad. We have tried using X (Gnome session) from several different X Servers (Windows Xceed, Windows XWinPro, Linux Xnest - both Fedora 11 and Centos 5.3 and Mac OS Xnest) and the system is barely usable. I have monitored the network traffic on the RHEL system and it goes up to 6MB/s at some points, which seems a bit too high for X net traffic?I have disabled ipv6 and any ip_tables modules and that has helped a bit, but it's still not very good.I suspected the network hardware and driver, but I cannot see how that would cause network traffic problems.I wonder if there are any X Server network settings I might check, or whether trying XFCE would be a better option over Gnome. If so, do I have get the xfce group from a CentOS Repo, or is there something better suited to RHEL?

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Apr 7, 2010

How do I obtain information about the running x-server from a remote shell session? I want to know things like resolution, color depth, etc. My xorg.conf is basically empty. The only thing I can think of doing is to read the Xorg.0.log file which seems inefficient.

I thought that 'xrandr' displayed some text output but that behavior has changed (?). It seems to require an X display. Is there another way? Something I could incorporate into a shell script? (This is Fedora but that shouldn't really matter)

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Dec 31, 2010

I have a slack 64 13.1 box, that I want to be able to control the monitor of from my laptop. Here's the scenario: I can already control the music remotely via X forwarding banshee to my laptop (banshee shows up on the laptop and music comes out on the desktop). Now I want to be able to open a movie on the desktop's display via the laptop.

Now googling this comes up with solutions for X forwarding, but I don't want it to forward X I want it to display on the desktop.

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Ubuntu Networking :: VPN PPTP Connects But Fails If Remote Session Established On Server

May 10, 2010

I am trying to connect to a windows 2000 VPN server at work, with my current settings in DOES connect to the VPN and i can ping the domain server which is 10.1.1.2 but the first issue is i cannot ping the other computers on the network(via hostnames) can't remember the ip address of the other machines . second issue is when the connection is established and i RDP into 10.1.1.2 ok great i am connected to the server but any interaction in the RDP session even moving the mouse on the screen kills the session and the VPN connection fails.

Running Ubuntu 10.04 LTS 64Bit

Image of current settings in network manager:

Syslog:

Code:
May 11 12:08:04 oliver-desktop NetworkManager: <info> Starting VPN service 'org.freedesktop.NetworkManager.pptp'...
May 11 12:08:04 oliver-desktop NetworkManager: <info> VPN service 'org.freedesktop.NetworkManager.pptp' started

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Jun 9, 2011

I'm running nxfree to log into my remote xubuntu PC from my local xubuntu laptop since the X protocol was broken.Has been working fine. Recently upgraded from Lucid 32bit to Maverick 64bit Xubuntu.Now when I run nxclient in fullscreen mode, if I minimize the window (or just log out) my local display does not return.I'm left with just the background colour. The windows are still there but not visible. For example I can:* randomly right-click and a menu pertaining to the invisible window appears;* press alt-tab and cycle through the windows but activating one does not display it (it remains invisible);* press ALT-F and bring up the current active (but invisible) application file menu;Basically I press ALT-F and ALT-TAB and close everything and then log out and log back in to restore the windows/panels.

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OpenSUSE :: Connect Vino's Remote Desktop To Current Session?

Mar 5, 2010

my OS is SuSE 11.2 with gnome.Remote administration is active.The VNC-session then connects to the login-screen and after login opens a new desktop.How can vino be configured to attach to the desktop that is already running. (Ubuntu does that per default so it should be possible with SuSE too)

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General :: Display The Source Machine During A Remote X Session In The Title Bar?

Aug 8, 2011

In the past, when I open a gvim session on a remote machine, the title bar of gvim would show the machine name in brackets. I am not sure if this was done by the remote gvim itself, or the local window manager. In the past I have used gnome2, although I am currently using unity (and finding it rather frustrating). Is there some setting I can change to always force remote windows to display the source machine?

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General :: Start A Remote Login Session From Script To Any Server?

Nov 11, 2010

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Nov 25, 2010

I have X Window running on one of RHEL Machine 192.168.2.2.I have logined through putty from remote Windows Machine 192.168.2.5. Now What I need to open the xterm (if I run the command through putty it should open xterm in the linux Machine).

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OpenSUSE :: Connect Vino's Remote Desktop To The Current Session?

Dec 16, 2010

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Software :: Remote X Over SSH / Gnome Session Running On The Client Machine?

Oct 15, 2010

Running Ubuntu 10.04 to 10.04 over LAN; I can SSH -X into my server just fine, and am able to launch various applications (Nautilus, Gnome-Terminal, Disk Utility, etc) but I'd really like a Gnome desktop. When I've tried the various StartX commands and gnome-session, but something just isn't clicking. Is there a way to have a 'second' Gnome session running on the client over the first?

To pre-empt some obvious solutions; I don't wish to use VNC, the lag drives me nuts, and I'd like to keep my gnome session running on the client machine if possible. If it's not possible, that's fine; it just seems like there'd be a way to do it?

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Ubuntu :: Mount HTFS (SCO Unix File System)?

Jul 30, 2010

Howto mount HTFS (SCO Unix file system) under Ubuntu?

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General :: Difference Between System And Unix?

Dec 26, 2010

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General :: UNIX File System Hierarchy?

Oct 3, 2010

What are the directories and files in Unix file-system that has default user permission set. For eg. home directory of a user can't be seen by the other users on the system without his permission. In the same way what are the other directories that by default has user permission set at the time user account has opened. Eg. /etc,/bin or what

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Jul 16, 2011

How can I display every man page available on a unix system? I want to list them all in an easy manner without manually digging up all the search paths, etc.

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General :: The READ System Call In UNIX?

Oct 29, 2010

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