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Re: [K12OSN] Access to K12LTSP remotely



Check out http://www.pointdev.com/free/free_us.htm which describes how to use VNC and Zebedee, where Zebedee is used to create an encrypted tunnel for the VNC traffic. The other piece you'll presumably want to do is setup VNC to be launched via inetd/xinetd. When you do this and then point your vncviewer at the host, you get a desktop login , ala xdmcp, that is equivalent to Windows terminal login. That and Zebedee should give you what you've described. I haven't used Zebedee so I don't know how hard or easy it is to get working. I have done VNC via inetd, and that's not too hard.

Petre

jader brturbo com wrote:
No,

I'd like to have a remote terminal from ANYWHERE. I'd like to have just a putty client (that would be available on my own web server by FTP or WWW...

Imagine to arrive in any AIRPORT cafe with internet access and could use your K12 terminal just like if you was in your house! Something like Terminal Service (/Citrix Metaframe!) but FREE, totally open software!

Some as responded that is needed to have a X server on remote side... but this is unacceptable to the above cenario... I would need a notebook... and I'd like to have NOTHING on hands... just a internet access! and a K12 server on other side!

I hope this can be done... someone must to know... Maybe Mr Eric...

Jáder



-----Mensagem original-----
De:   ´Paul Davison´ <pauldavison psps com>
Enviada em: 07/07/2003 16:20:42
Para: <k12osn redhat com>
Assunto: RE: [K12OSN] Access to K12LTSP remotely

Hi,

If you just want to forward a port through an SSH tunnel from a windows
machine, the PuTTY ssh client (or its command line tool PLink) would serve
very well without needing to go the Cygwin route.

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

this program suite also comes with an SCP and SFTP client,  a key generator
and a keyring utility(Pageant) that can be used to support automated logins
with RSA keys. It is open source software, licensed under the MIT license.

HTH

Paul Davison
IT Manager
PS Production Services



-----Original Message-----
From: k12osn-admin redhat com [mailto:k12osn-admin redhat com]On Behalf
Of cliebow downeast net
Sent: 7-Jul-03 9:02 AM
To: k12osn redhat com
Subject: Re: [K12OSN] Access to K12LTSP remotely


ought to be ablr to install salient pieces of cygwin so they can ssh from win 98 then do vnc over ssh. look up vnc portforwarding on google. g luck


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