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You will not have any issues, assuming that you format the USB as FAT32 or NTFS (native to Windows, but which Linux Mint can handle) and not ext4 or btrfs (native to Linux, but that Windows cannot handle out of the box). The backward slashes/forward slashes are a display artefact when printing a full path, they are not actually on the disc (just the ...


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You can consider using one of special "USB-USB bridged cables", sometimes called "USB networking cables". Like one mentioned in these articles: Connecting Two PCs using USB-USB Cable, Connecting two computers with a USB cable, How to Link Two Computers Using a USB Cable. They allow you to transfer files between two PCs. I've been using these kind of ...


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Sorry for answering my own question, but as no other responses were published, I've decided to do it. It seems, that I have found a working solution: I start the X server with the -sharevts flag: X -config displaylink.conf -sharevts :2 I start my applications: DISPLAY=2: x-window-manager DISPLAY=2: xterm I start the vnc server: x11vnc ...



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