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Re: [K12OSN] interesting way to use Cygwin/X



Why not write a small GTK application (if you're not a hardcore
programmer - perhaps with something like PHP-GTK), install the full
putty suite (or use cygwin/ssh) on the machine, create a PPK (Putty
Keygen) (or ssh_keygen) file and use plink (or ssh) with the Keygen
file to trigger that app? Then you can have a batch file or a shortcut
on your start menu to open that app (using plink to launch the app).

I'll try to see if I can put something together like that during the
week if I get a chance.

With this, you could create a linux kiosk for windows (or potentially
more linux?)

On 05/11/05, Les Mikesell <les futuresource com> wrote:
> On Sat, 2005-11-05 at 12:26, Rob Owens wrote:
> > Is there a way to get GNOME to give you the
> > applications menu by right-clicking on the desktop?
> > (Like the way it works in XFCE, IceWM, and others)
>
> I don't think so.  I'd really like to be able to
> execute just the gnome menu button remotely so
> it would automatically pick up new programs as
> installed but I haven't found any way to do it.
>
> You can sort-of get access to the launchers by
> throwing a symlink to /usr/share/applications on
> your desktop but there is no organization and a
> lot of junk.
>
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