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Get screenshots of a Linux machine that I connect to remotely with PuTTY

My setup is this, I connected my Cent box via PuTTY on windows 7, I've Xming and using X11forwarding to have GNOME in windows. Now when I did gnome-screenshot in putty, I cannot have the CentOS ...
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Performance and limitations of using an X GUI remotely?

I don't really have any experience with X. It appears from what I read that X has always been built from the ground up to allow windows in the WM to be transmitting over the internet, without ...
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Communicate across X-desktop sessions on same machine?

I've got a Raspberry Pi running Debian/Raspbian (thus X server) that I'd like to drive two screens with. I'm programming something that will have a public-facing screen and an operator-facing screen. ...
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Splitting display among computers

If i have 17 system units (computers with monitors) that connected using network, is it possible to display image or video splitted into those computers without having split it manually? 1 2 3 4 ...
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552 views

Playing a remote movie on the remote computer

I have two computers (a desktop and a laptop) running linux connected to my local area network. I like to ssh from my laptop over to my desktop and run programs there, and sometimes listen to music on ...
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1answer
343 views

Is there anyway to run gnome desktop via a remote x window ssh tunnel?

I'd like to run the DE remotely in a window of it's own on my local workstation. When I tried the naive gnome-session from an x-window tunnel it tried to takeover my local xfce desktop, got as far as ...
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Can I start my main desktop graphical session remotely?

So my workstation at work got rebooted and I'm currently not logged in physically there with a graphical session. I have ssh access to it, and I can start a new X windows session and use my graphical ...
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1answer
153 views

Set window manager's meta key depending on connected Xserver

Situation A linux server is running an xdm supporting XDMCP, it is connected to from various different Linux and OS X boxes using XDMCP via an X -query <server> command. Once the user is ...
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1answer
755 views

Send a command from the console to a running X server

Is it possible to send a command from the console, say tty1, to the terminal currently occupied with X (in my case tty7 as I use Debian), to tell for example mplayer to play a movie? Edit - made a ...
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How to display xclock on another computer?

I want to display xclock on another computer. On my computer (111) I am able to ping the other computer (222) inside my home network: $ ifconfig wlan0 wlan0 Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr ...
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1answer
141 views

How to run xrestop remotely?

I need to run xrestop on a remote machine. When I connect through ssh and run xrestop I get the results for my local machine. I see that there is an option -display but I don't know how to use it. ...
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388 views

firefox process dies after ssh log out on remote machine

I need to run firefox on a remote host via ssh and keep process running even after ssh logout. I already have tried these ways: nohup firefox & screen disown -h But it seems these work only ...
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How to speed up X over fast connection ? (especially over ssh)

What are recommendations on speeding up X applications over local fast (gigabit) connections? (similar question for slow connections) Currently I'm running over ssh -Y, which is fine, but I wonder if ...
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2k views

Open GNOME session remotely through SSH

I have a laptop connected wirelessly to my home network. I'm planning on installing a CentOS server on my network, used for a web server, a file server, and experimentation. I want to access it from ...
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Remotely control an xorg session [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Open a window on a remote X display (why “Cannot open display”)? I have a computer running debian, connected to my TV, running an xorg session. What I want ...