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2answers
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Access local console via SSH

I am searching for a way to interact with a local console via SSH - just as you would do with an directly connected keyboard. In my particular case I got a debian server (console only, no X system) ...
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1answer
814 views

Cannot connect to Openstack Instance via horizon, but SSH works?

I've got an OpenStack deployment running inside a VM for testing purposes. My setup is as follows: Host Ubuntu x64 with Virtualbox -> Guest Ubuntu x64 with OpenStack -> Ubuntu X64 Server Test ...
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1answer
743 views

x11vnc through SSH tunnel - sudo: no tty present and no askpass program specified

I'm trying to setup a one-time SSH tunnel which instantiates x11vnc on a logged-in display. ssh -f -t -L 5900:localhost:5900 user@10.1.10.1 'sudo /usr/bin/x11vnc -safer -once -nopw -display :0 -auth ...
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2answers
696 views

TigerVNC + SSH without a VNC Password?

I have a RHEL 6 system with TigerVNC installed. It is configured to only allow VNC connections through SSH. Thus, a user can only connect to VNC if they successfully establish an SSH connection to ...
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2answers
5k views

SSH tunnel over multi hops using putty

I have a situation where I want to connect to a Linux machine running VNC (lets call it VNCServer) which is behind two consecutive Linux machines i.e., to ssh into the VNCServer, I have to ssh into ...
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2answers
304 views

Tunnel SSH from A->B->C [closed]

I'm looking to setup a tunnel using PuTTY on Windows. Ideally I'd SSH directly from A->C, however, I can't from the network I'm on. I can, however connected from A->B->C. C is running a vncserver, ...
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1answer
355 views

Installing VNC or equivalent service on Ubuntu 10.4 minimal via SSH

I recently purchased a quite expensive Rootserver. The only way to connect to it is via SSH. That works perfectly fine and I'm happy with it. But sadly, my boss wants a GUI. SO my first thought was: ...
6
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1answer
685 views

Adding port forwardings programmatically on a ControlMaster SSH session

I just found out about the ControlMaster/ControlPath feature of OpenSSH, which allows you to use a single SSH connection to run multiple terminals. As I often use SSH to use port forwarding to get ...
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1answer
258 views

VNC over SSH on open Tunnel

Is it possible to bind VNC server to a open SSH tunnel? I have a tablet that has initiated a reverse ssh tunnel to my server. This works fine over port 8080. I need to now bind to this port from my ...
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2answers
1k views

VNC connection via SSH proxy machine

I would like to make a VNC connection from home to a Windows machine at work. The Windows machine is not accessible from the outside, but there is a Linux box that does have port 22 open, so it would ...
1
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1answer
188 views

Unable to SSH to server unless a VNC connection is first established

I have recently set up an Ubuntu 10.10 (32bit) server on a VPS host. Following the Ubuntu installer I added OpenSSH. Very little else has been installed and it's the default OpenSSH configuration. ...
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2answers
406 views

CentOS - XServer, VNC, Display conflict

Here's what I want to do: I need to set up this computer so that the physical output display, via the primary display port, is duplicated when someone connects via vnc. Here's the problem: I can ...
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2answers
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Ubuntu Server running VNC

I have access to four computers: 1 Ubuntu Server desktop (Version 10.04) 1 Mac Mini (Snow Leopard) 1 Windows desktop (Windows 7) 1 Windows laptop (Windows Vista) The first three will always be on ...
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4answers
6k views

Starting x11vnc remotely when X server is already running

I have a ubuntu linux machine that I have already logged into and X server is running (it is pass the login manager like gdm). I can access this machine through ssh. My goal is to start x11vnc on this ...
2
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3answers
306 views

VNC only over SSH

How can I configure VNC server so that it can be accessed only via SSH tunnel? With the default VNC server setting, there are at least two ways for someone else to login to my computer: by directly ...
0
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3answers
531 views

Remote Machine Access Through A Firewall

I have a computer (I own) behind a firewall I do not. I am trying to VNC/SSH/Remote Desktop/Whatever into it from outside that firewall. The firewall blocks all inbound traffic, but no outbound ...
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5answers
5k views

VNC for multiple users on one machine

I'm on a machine running OS X 10.5 and that has several user accounts. Is there some way for one of those users to ssh into the machine, launch a vnc server, and then connect to it? I have tried Vine ...
3
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2answers
1k views

Linux RDC/VNC/SSH Client

I use loads of machines daily, each uses different connection methods, either remote desktop, vnc or ssh. My desktop is Linux, it would be nice if I had a tabbed interface for them all so I don't ...