remote access software

NoOp glgxg at
Tue Nov 27 21:43:17 UTC 2012

On 11/27/2012 08:15 AM, Linda wrote:
> I was wondering what list users would recommend for remote 
> access via internet of a computer that does not have a 
> static IP addresses. I noticed looking around that both 
> TeamViewer and LogMeIn  support Linux. Looking for away to 
> do the equivalant of ssh and ssh -X in a mixed compter 
> environment where the client accessing the remote server 
> could be either Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, Windows 7 or possibly an 
> ipad.  Any recommendations or cavets would be greatly 
> appreciated. Now that I have modem access working for all 
> necessary functions I'm thinking about moving into the 
> modern world and setting up something that would allow 
> graphical remote use at a workable speed so I'm not tied to 
> text based solutions.
>                 Thanks
>                   Linda
> for the dynamic IP.

VNC - For Windows, I prefer UVNC:
Ubuntu alread has built in remote tools:
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For linux (including Windows to linux) where you don't need to view a
users session, but instead use a separate session, I very much prefer
NoMachine NX:
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If you'd prefer:

Note that NX uses SSH and is considerably more secure, faster, and
flexible than VNC. Connection speeds can easily be adjusted from

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