Remote Control in Term/Text

I’m looking for away to remote control a OpenSUSE term/text no GUI.

Remote viewer from:
OpenSUSE**
Windows**
Andriod

It would be great to find one software package that can control OpenSUSE no GUI and withGUI plus Windows

Well, re. the Windows options I can’t answer, but from any linux machine: ssh
You may have to enable it from the YaST services module, and have to open port 22 for it

Next it’s no more than:

ssh username@IP

Example:
My server has a user knurpht, and IP 192.168.1.100
I access it by

ssh knurpht@192.168.1.100

On Windows I use “putty” even though it’s concept of operation is somewhat “special”.

http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html

Hendrik

Not that long ago,
I got really tired having to launch PuTTY all the time to SSH,

Then found this project

Unlike older projects which install a UNIX runtime environment like CygWin, this project installs OpenSSH natively so it runs immeddiately in a regular Windows console. Although the project considers itself still to be in Beta mode, it’s being actively developed and was begun about a year ago (Fall 2015) so has had plenty of time to mature, even for a community project.

I’ve been pretty happy with it, uses and installs originai source OpenSSH running on *NIX, so everything about it is exactly the same as what you’d find running on Linux.

I was interested in running only the openSSH client, so did not implement the steps to run the Server.
Of course, I installed and am running the 64-bit package.

Links to project status and install instructions can be found on this page

And, of course you also have OpenSSH client and server apps for Android in your Google PlayStore, although you might need to root your device for some versions.
So, you now have an exact same app and implementation that should work on all platforms you mentioned.

TSU

On Mon 17 Oct 2016 01:16:01 AM CDT, tsu2 wrote:

hendwolt;2796309 Wrote:
> On Windows I use “putty” even though it’s concept of operation is
> somewhat “special”.
>
> Download PuTTY: latest release (0.80)
>
> Hendrik

Not that long ago,
I got really tired having to launch PuTTY all the time to SSH,

Then found this project
Releases · PowerShell/Win32-OpenSSH · GitHub

Unlike older projects which install a UNIX runtime environment like
CygWin, this project installs OpenSSH natively so it runs immeddiately
in a regular Windows console. Although the project considers itself
still to be in Beta mode, it’s being actively developed and was begun
about a year ago (Fall 2015) so has had plenty of time to mature, even
for a community project.

I’ve been pretty happy with it, uses and installs originai source
OpenSSH running on *NIX, so everything about it is exactly the same as
what you’d find running on Linux.

I was interested in running only the openSSH client, so did not
implement the steps to run the Server.
Of course, I installed and am running the 64-bit package.

Links to project status and install instructions can be found on this
page
Home · PowerShell/Win32-OpenSSH Wiki · GitHub

And, of course you also have OpenSSH client and server apps for Android
in your Google PlayStore, although you might need to root your device
for some versions.
So, you now have an exact same app and implementation that should work
on all platforms you mentioned.

TSU

Hi
No offense to MS (and their use of NoMachine code… and a few
releases behind?) but why re-invent the wheel? Have a look at
mls-software.com much more up to date, plus an
installer that works either for client and a server if required.


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