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Posted on 10-10-07 00:21
Quick question:
How can i remotely access my Fedora box from my win xp pro?

Will remote desktop connection work? It hasnt been able to so far.
and i've only tried from my network so far, but could i access it from elsewhere as well?


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Posted on 10-10-07 00:28

Remotely/Network access use "WinSCP" from windows to access FC 5/6/7
http://www.hellbo. . .SFER..html

For linux Partitition Access use the GUI program "explore2fs" http://www.chryso. . .explore2fs



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Posted on 10-10-07 00:35
A number of Linux distros should come with vncserver pre-installed. To find out, just run "vncserver" from the Terminal. To connect to the remote VNC server, use VNCViewer. Remote Desktop doesn't work with Linux, afaik; alternatively, rdesktop in Linux (also pre-installed on a number of distros) allows you to remote control a Windows machine.

Finally, if you plan on doing the remote control session from a distance, you will want to STRONGLY consider tunneling the VNC session with ssh.



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Posted on 10-10-07 01:40
thank you both.
Netfish Those are some pretty cool tools. I've never heard of something like explorer 2fs and im definatly gonna try it.
zephyr looking for vnc. And i honestly know nothing about ssh. Played around with putty for a while, Dont really know what to use it for. I'll make sure i know what that is before i use any long distance remote. Thanks For the tip.


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Posted on 10-10-07 01:57
tonzofgunz25 wrote:
And i honestly know nothing about ssh. Played around with putty for a while, Dont really know what to use it for. I'll make sure i know what that is before i use any long distance remote. Thanks For the tip.


No problem. If you decide to pursue it, there are a number of sites that have good information regarding "Tunneling SSH with Putty". Also, accessing Linux partitions from within Windows can be accomplished with Ext2 IFS for Windows, too. Anyways, good luck.





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Posted on 10-10-07 02:10
thanks again