Ubuntu Domain Server

Jan Claeys lists at janc.be
Thu Oct 29 00:18:52 UTC 2009

Op woensdag 28-10-2009 om 07:36 uur [tijdzone +0800], schreef
Christopher Chan:
> Remotely administer a UDS server with a non-web-based, X-based GUI and 
> therefore you need an Xserver on Windows. xrdp is probably better given 
> that rdp is way faster than X or if we are going to install something on 
> a Windows workstation to remotely administer a UDS server, just use 
> freenx. Think mom and pop shop. 

Eh, why not use LDAP (and maybe other standard protocols) to talk to the
"UDS"?  That's way more economical than RDP or FreeNX even.  And Gtk or
Qt apps work just fine on Windows without X (with a little bit of work

(Always over a secure tunnel, of course.)

Jan Claeys

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