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    Linpus Linux Versions of.....


    Are the Linux Versions, (using linpus Linux) of.

    Logmein.com or Teamviewer, or anything free to be able to remote my netbook
    from outside of the home.

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    What? Can you rephrase the question?
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    Re-Phrased

    On my PC laptop i have installed Logmein.com client and also teamviewer. This allows me to remote control the laptop when i leave it switched on at home. I can then remote to it from work our any other internet pc.

    Is there a linux version to allow me to remote to my linux netbook

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    Quote Originally Posted by beddism View Post
    On my PC laptop i have installed Logmein.com client and also teamviewer. This allows me to remote control the laptop when i leave it switched on at home. I can then remote to it from work our any other internet pc.

    Is there a linux version to allow me to remote to my linux netbook
    There's a Java client for LogMeIn that will work in Linux. It's just a browser plug-in for Firefox.
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    You could also look into ssh or vnc for remote access to linux boxes.
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    I would recommend using RHUB`s remote support appliance. It allows you to remotely access computers from anywhere anytime. Works on Linux, Unix, Ubuntu, Windows, MAC etc.

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