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    Connect to Server with putty?


    Is there away to connect to my server, from a local computer. I want to see exactly what would be shown on the monitor connected to the server. I have putty, but I don't no how to connect, or what program i need installed on my server.

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    Putty is an ssh client. You will need to install an ssh server for your distro. I am assuming you are using Debian so you will want to install openssh-server. Once that is installed, start it with (as root)
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    /etc/init.d/ssh start
    I am not sure if that is the exact process but give that a try.

    Once that is done, you can simply enter your IP in putty and off you go.
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    works fine here

    I tried it just now, works fine for me.
    Thanks, bryansmith

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