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Welcome to the Remote access Portal edit
Welcome to the portal for remote access. Through this portal you can find various ways to set up remote access to your computer running an openSUSE distribution.
The definition of "remote access" is "Running programs on one computer while you sit in front of another". This could be done in a shell, or may require a full GUI environment.
Remote access implies the use of a network. This network can be both a Local network and internet connection. Although mentioned in some of the topics, it may be wise to be familiarized with networking and the SUSE firewall. Don't worry, you don't have to be a hard cooked networking admin to get remote access to work. Just make sure your network is running.
Things to do edit
- Copied the VNC text to new article SDB:VNC usage this one need serious cleanup. Also a new article TightVNC is created to fit the main name space.
- The red links above need a new article. Information about it on the old wiki is sparse or still from SUSE linux 8.0. Information from the old wiki can be used, but make sure you tested it before writing!
- Updating SDB:OpenSSH agent
Newly created articles that need expansion:
Help is needed! Interested? Check the discussion page.
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