Ubuntu Domain Server

Christopher Chan christopher.chan at bradbury.edu.hk
Thu Oct 29 00:53:47 UTC 2009

Jan Claeys wrote:
> 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
> sometimes).
> (Always over a secure tunnel, of course.)

Sure, whatever. GOSA gtk/qt frontend to a ldap directory. I was just 
explaining why some people would want Xming on WIndows plus putty or 
whatever. Nice suggestion there.

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