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SSH, X11, and You

Mar 04, 2011, 15:04 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Curt Howland)

[ Thanks to Bob_Robertson for this link. ]

"Recently I read an article where the author went through great pains to launch an application on a remote system and display it locally, over an encrypted session.

"Doing this is actually far, far easier to do than ggarron makes it out to be. It's no more difficult than a single option in SSH. But first, what is SSH to you?

"Right off the bat, please, don't fear the command line. If you're new to UNIX style systems, like Linux, the command line can seem daunting. It just sits there waiting for you to type something. Don't let it bother you, as long as you're not root you can't do much harm."

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