[CentOS] How to export X displays

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Wed Oct 10 14:56:42 UTC 2007


I think you probably went from Linux to Windows, not from Windows to Linux. There is an RDP *client* for Linux that works quite well with Windows Remote Desktop, but RDP/Terminal Services is completely a Microsoft thing.

Paul

 -------------- Original message ----------------------
From: "umair shakil" <umairshakeel at gmail.com>
> Salam,
> 
> Well, i have only used RDP as windows to linux (desktop), there should be no
> issue...
> for linux to linux, well x11 forwrding through ssh seems to be issue with
> that.... not used
> if i try i will let u know
> 
> There is also another way if u can try....
> 
> www.nomachine.com and go to download section.
> 
> U can find all details here, how to install, it also has client for ubunto.
> what u will
> do is to install the server, install the client on ur ubunto, and then use
> it... it really very amazing i have used this....
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Umair Shakil
> ETD
> 
> On 10/10/07, John R Pierce <pierce at hogranch.com> wrote:
> >
> > umair shakil wrote:
> > > Why dont u enable RDP on centOS (running GUI), and then using ubunto
> > > with this path
> >
> >
> >
> > RDP is a Microsoft Windows Remote Desktop Protocol.     what good would
> > that be for linux to linux ??!?
> >
> >
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