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Technology has changed dramatically in the last decade. OpenSSH is one the best projects. It allows you to control remote Linux / UNIX servers using command line or GUI tools.

Do you miss GUI configuration server management tools such as Debian network-admin or Redhat/Cent os system-config-* tools/utilities while administrating a Linux server? Do you want to run GUI admin tools on a remote Linux server and get the display on a local desktop or laptop X server system?

This quick howto demonstrate the power of X11 forwarding using OpenSSH.
 read more | mail this link | score:8002 | -nixcraft, April 12, 2007
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