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How to setup remote desktop in Ubuntu or any other Linux distribution

Jul 19, 2011, 10:01 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by coolankur)

[ Thanks to tjavailable for this link. ]

"Coming to the work part let's consider the following scenario:

"I got a netbook with me. It's quite good for carrying around and browsing webpages. But when I need to download big stuff like a new Ubuntu distro then it does not fit. So I solved this problem through the concept of remote control. I got a desktop at my home running 24 hours a day and connected to the Web too all the time. So whenever I need to download the stuff , which I find through my netbook, I remotely login to the desktop through my netbook and start the download on it. This way when the download starts my work is done. By this scenario you might have understand the concept of remote login.

"There are lots of methods through which we can remotely login to another system. In this article we will look on the top 3 methods used in Ubuntu for remote login."

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