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1answer
75 views

Remotely turn off display output?

I'm using x11vnc and SSH to tunnel VNC remotely to my local machine. One of the interesting side-effects of this is that as I use my work computer from home, my coworkers will see me moving around ...
1
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0answers
20 views

xtightvnc through ssh gateway — connection refused

Following setup: homepc -> gateway -> workpc workpc:~$ tightvncserver :12 homepc:~$ ssh -N gatewayuser@gateway -L 1212:workpc:5912 Now I try to connect via homepc:~$ xtightvncviewer ...
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1answer
190 views

Multiple SSH tunnel through raspberry pi?

In my home network I have a PC, raspberry pi, macbook and a few other devices which I want to access away from home. As it stands, I have setup VNC server on my PC along with remote desktop and have ...
2
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3answers
122 views

Why is an application via 'ssh -X' slower than vncviewer via 'ssh -X'

Very simple question with strange effect: If I run a programm via x-forward it performs very bad when it comes to animations. E.g.: ssh -X <USER>@<SERVER> "application" But if I start ...
1
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1answer
144 views

Is there anyway to make vnc viewer function like Xming with allowing linux windows move freely about?

I have a vncserver set up on my remote machine and am using vnc viewer to interact with that machine. I am also used to doing the following: 1. Remote connecting to a machine with an ssh client like ...
2
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1answer
194 views

Establishing client VNC connection over SSH in one step (e.g., with the -via option)

How do I reduce these two commands to one? I am connecting from my client to an x11vnc server and the two commands below already work. I just wish to do it in one step: first command: ssh -fNL ...
0
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1answer
281 views

Connecting to KVM on a GUI-less CentOS 6.4 using MobaXterm

I followed the directions at this question: Installing KVM on CentOS 6.4 without GUI (yet) But I'm not sure which feature (there are many!) of MobaXterm I should use to connect to the KVM. On the ...
1
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0answers
316 views

Launch X11vnc server on Ubuntu remote desktop through SSH

I have a Windows computer and I am currently connected to a Ubuntu 12.04 system through SSH using CRT on my Windows computer. I would like to know the commands that I need to run from my SSH session ...
1
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1answer
581 views

Is it possible to redirect X of an ssh session to the display of a connected vncviewer

I have a setup of three machines. Machine A runs a vncserver and an ssh server, Machine B runs a vncviewer, Machine C runs an ssh client. The vncviewer on B connects to the vnc server on A. The ...
2
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1answer
2k views

Headless Debian Server + Windows Clients + X11 Forwarding

I have a headless debian server that I SSH into regularly. I want to know set it up so that users can ssh in and then run something like iceweasel, and a window will popup on their machine which is ...
1
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2answers
597 views

using SSH to connect to remote CentOS 5.6 server where Firefox running on server is very slow [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to speed up X over SSH on a slow network connection? I've installed firefox on CentOS 5.6 and I'm using X11 SSH to remotely login to view the browser. Firefox ...
6
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2answers
571 views

Configuring a vncserver so it's only accessible from my ssh tunnel

Since I use vnc through an ssh tunnel, is there any way I can block the open vnc port that the remote machine is listening on without it affecting my ability to use the ssh tunnel? Both machines are ...
5
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3answers
202 views

I'm moving up from managed hosting to a VPS. What do I need to know?

I'll be starting to use a VPS for my web hosting this week, which is a big step-up for me since I've only used managed/shared services before. I've a bit of experience with Linux and I'm not afraid of ...
1
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1answer
986 views

vnc connection working with PuTTY but not with command line

I am using PuTTY to connect to a distant network to then set up x11vnc and then using ssl/sshvnc as a client. in the host name for PuTTY I have: ssh.inf.uk and port: 22 in the ssh tunnel options I ...
1
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1answer
158 views

vnc over ssh port assignment

At the office I have on the servers a vnc server running. In Windows I use putty to connect to the server, I log in and then use realvnc to see the desktop. But I cannot get this to work on Linux. I ...
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3answers
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Differences between VNC and ssh -X

Why would you use VNC (or for that matter NX) instead of just using ssh -X (-Y). I read that VNC uses less bandwidth, but is there any other differences/advantages with respective tool?