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Re: nt dialin to Linux w/ callback
Mark Blunier wrote:
> On Sun, 13 Feb 2000, cloudmaster wrote:
> > My knowledge of NT dialup would completely fill the empty set. However,
> > for the x-ported X session, perhaps you could try something like using
> > VNC? It works acceptabley for me in its stock form over a dial-up. I've
> > been cosidering trying it over an SSh tunnel using compression, but I'm
> > fairly sure there's already one of a few possible types of compression
> > being used so it may not make a big difference.
> VNC is nice, but since it displays a copy of another system, instead or
> running its own private session, it seems to be a bit of a kludge in
> this case.
Well, Xvnc is supposedly an X server, so I'd put it as about the same level
of kludginess as the rest of X. :) It runs in its own private session just
like any other X server (I'm running 4 of them on my work machine right now
for various reasons under various logins, along with a normal XSVGA, all on
different display numbers). You can run a vncviewer in your root window on
the machine running Xvnc and then run a vncviewer on whatever platform
you're viewing remotely so your desktop stays the same, but the linux
version doesnt' actually copy anything like the windows vnc server does
(which is what I assume you were talking about).
Anywho, whatabout just tunneling X over ssh with compression? Is that
acceptable on your existing link? Does ssh's compression just suck too
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