TeamViewer on Linux

Wade Smart wadesmart at gmail.com
Sun Dec 6 00:18:19 UTC 2015


>
> 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
> [... etc...]
>
> 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
> that :-)
>
> Regards, K.

I do this with vnc. One of my clients is a wireless ISP and I remote
in to do work - including to their radios.



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