I have an application installed in my RHEL6 box that has a GUI (AppGui.sh). My problem is that a few non-tech users would like to access this GUI remotely. I've tried several guides over the internet ...
Attempting to run Altera Quartus II (2) 9.0 on a remote RHEL5 Linux (2.6.18-308.1.1.el5 kernel 64-bit) box over a SSH connection via PuTTY 0.62 and a local Xming 18.104.22.168 X server running on Windows ...
Which is the best way, if possible, to maintain a remote X session that survives network outages, reboots etc
Even since I read the chapter about X in Unix Haters handbook I still thought that X was one of the things that make unix superior to Windows, since it makes it "possible" to work on machines remotely ...
I'm evaluating Sun Global Desktop as a remote connectivity solution. One thing that is not clear to me is this. When the user connects through SGD he gets a local X session and he runs his application ...
I've done some searching and found that it seems to be possible to forward X11 apps to a mac machine over ssh (i.e. ssh-ing into a linux box and launching an X11 app and having it show up on the mac's ...