Not totally sure if this is the right place but here goes.
I understand that you are able to use X11 to ssh to GUI's and view them, without the server having a full on GUI system running/installed like gnome or something.
My end goal is to be able to "broadcast" my coding sessions online, so people can view them online.
Right now I have set it up so that a restricted tmux session will basically always be mirroring my own personal tmux coding session window. So if you ssh onto the server on a restricted account, you can hop onto the restricted session and follow my coding.
However, I want to be able to let people watch this from their browser. I suspect that the best way is to have some terminal emulator on x11 running on my server attached to the tmux session..and then somehow have the browser view that terminal emulator?
I'm not really too familiar with this domain, so does anyone know if this is possible? Or is there a better approach I should be taking?
Note that I code entirely on a remote headless server that I ssh onto.