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    Default Windows remote to linux

    Hi all, I typically connect to my works computer (latest opensuse distribution) from my linux machine at home. This works great with X forwarding out of the box. I also use my home machine with konqueror or dolphin to launch an sftp remote session and edit my files remotely. It looks like thought that I would need to do something similar for our windows systems. I know there are basic terminal environments like putty but I wanted a bit more advanced terminal that allows more and easier configuration. Being also able to launch applications with X forwarding would be a big plus. What do we have in our "artillery"? Regards Alex

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    Default Re: Windows remote to linux

    I use NetSarang's XManager but it's commercial - there are free tools for the job like;

    - MobaXterm ( http://mobaxterm.mobatek.net/ ) which is very easy to use
    - Xming the old work horse ( http://sourceforge.net/projects/xming/ )
    - VcXsrv ( http://sourceforge.net/projects/vcxsrv/ )

    Moba might be the easiest to use. It pretty much works out of the box.
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    Default Re: Windows remote to linux

    I'm not sure that I understand correctly what you ask. But for years I've been connecting to a Win-PC using ssh and rdesktop.

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    Default Re: Windows remote to linux

    "Unfortunately time is always against us" -- [Morpheus]

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