TeamViewer on Linux
kauer at biplane.com.au
Sun Dec 6 00:12:35 UTC 2015
On Sat, 2015-12-05 at 13:37 +0000, Colin Law wrote:
> On 5 December 2015 at 12:29, Karl Auer <kauer at biplane.com.au> wrote:
> > Thus I have the software Q available to me wherever I am, without
> > needing to actually have Q installed wherever I am.
> I understand the generic problem, please explain exactly what you want
> to do with teamviewer though. I still don't see exactly what you want
> to do. When running teamviewer you have a client and a server, say T
> and S, and the user at machine T can see/control the desktop of
> machine S. How do those relate to your A, B, C, D and E?
> Remember that when you run an app through ssh -X that the s/w is
> running on the server, it is only the GUI that runs on the client.
I'll try again.
H - the TeamViewer host (the system I want to control or look at)
T - the host running the TeamViewer client. Sitting at this host, I can
view/control system H.
A - my system. I want to be able to log into T from A, and do
everything, while sitting at A, that I could do while sitting directly
in front of T.
B - another of my systems. Sometimes I sit at this computer instead of
A. While sitting at B, I want to be able to log into T from B, and do
everything, while sitting at B, that I could do while sitting directly
in front of T.
C - another of my systems. Sometimes I sit at this computer instead of
A or B. While sitting at C, I want to be able to log into T from C, and
do everything, while sitting at C, that I could do while sitting
directly in front of T
Or, put another way, I want to be able to control H from A, B, C.... not
just from T.
I honestly don't understand why you don't understand why I would want
Karl Auer (kauer at biplane.com.au)
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