__/ [ajstchinkwiejoe@xxxxx] on Tuesday 13 September 2005 09:11 \__
> I am not looking for a remote X-seecion but a way to log in a SuSE
> computer using a web browser. Something like Netilla and Citrix.
> You start a web browser someware, point it to a site and log in (secure
> or not) and the remote computer starts a desktop session besides the
> web browser.
> The issue is not to have to install extra software on the client.
> Any thoughts?
I will post a reply, which may or may not be helpful to you. You said "using
a web browser", but it is unclear to me whether it /strictly/ has to be a
Web browser. I will assume that Citrix et al. are just something that you
happen to see before and used as an analogy.
If your guest machine runs *NIX, you can simply use SSH. With some
distributions, you may need to actively download, install, or enable SSH.
If you seek a Web browser-based solution because of a need for
inter-operability, I will assume that you use Windows. In that case, take
advantage of Putty:
Use it with an X-session software like X-WinPro.
If you do not require and graphical interface >and you wish to use the
browser<, then use a Web-based SSH client, e.g.:
(WARNING: exploiting bandwidth at Duke U.)
Then, there is also cygwin:
Hope it helps,
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