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In comp.os.linux.advocacy, Roy Schestowitz wrote on Wed, 15 Feb 2006 18:35:14 +0000 Not bad, upon first look. The setup controls for a LAN party (or...
Larry Qualig on Friday 17 February 2006 00:48
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Roy Schestowitz I'll have to ive kssh a try. To be honest... I never even knew kssh existed. I've been using ssh (command...
Once you master the command-line, there's no point in using the typically-more-cumbersome front ends. I ran KSSH a few times several years ago and it was installed on SuSE 8.1 by default as far as I can tell (I have not tried it with my more modern box yet). I had it mapped to a mouse gensture (WayV) and a keyboard accelerator, so I sometimes invoke it by mistake, thus I remember its existence.
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mlw on Wednesday 15 February 2006 17:06 You can occasionally use this marvellous functionality to control dozens of remote machines in parallel (all in a single screen) and run...
Panels can interfere at times, primarily due to placement conventions. You can customise these for a better fit and, as soon as you quit the imported here) are automatically hiding, which give more screen space, there is not much interference when I pull GNOME panels from Ubuntu onto Linux.
A session within a session is a counter-trivial case. What happens if you have different desktop environments combined or have identical panels appear? Linux gives you this ability, but be aware that you are pushing the limits and accept the consequences. *smile*
Cygwin must be losing its luster. I believe that VWWare is now free, so why not just go for the real thing rather than emulate in some inflexible black box?
SuSE 9.3 has it installed by default. I imagine that successors of SuSE have not changed this policy, which includes SSH allow connections from outside (albeit one might need to add SSH to firewall exclusions).
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-- Roy S. Schestowitz Windows O-S: chmod a-x internet; kill -9 internet 3:10am up 30 days 22:11, 14 users, load average: 0.26, 0.68, 0.57