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X11 and SSH

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Using ssh for encrypted file transfer, shell sessions, and random graphical applications...
Now because there is no difference between a remote program and a local program opening their windows on your screen other than the response time of your network connection, they don't look any different. They don't function any differently either, copy and paste work just fine, you just have to keep in mind that any file operations will be performed on the system where the process is running!

So when you launch that remote session of K3B, you are not only working with the files on that remote system, you're also using that remote system's CD/DVD drive.
 read more | mail this link | score:6917 | -Ray, March 4, 2011
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