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How to Access Your Ubuntu Remotely

Jul 05, 2007, 08:00 (0 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Elmer Thomas for this link. ]

"When I develop for ThemBid.com I often work remotely. When I was using Windows XP I would use UltraVNC to access my desktop remotely, then when I 'upgraded' to Vista I did not take to the time to do that, instead I used the built in Remote Desktop feature. Now that I have truly upgraded to Ubuntu, I want to be able to access my machine remotely. This blog post describes two methods.

"First things first. You must make sure you can access your computer through the Internet. If you don't have a static IP address, this means you must subscribe to a service that can dynamically map your IP to a domain address. I use no-ip.com now and I have used dyndns.com..."

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