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Hi all, Currently running a small linux network and using OpenSSH to securely connect to the other Linux boxes, mostly RedHat/Fedora. Currently I can connect to another host by doing ...
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    remote login via ssh


    Hi all,

    Currently running a small linux network and using OpenSSH to securely connect to the other Linux boxes, mostly RedHat/Fedora. Currently I can connect to another host by doing ssh -X username@hostname. I use the -X option so it will foward X packets so I can run GUI stuff like mozilla, oofice, etc..

    What I want todo is use ssh to remotely login to a system. By that I mean I want to see the login screen just like I am logging in locally. I know I can do this with VNC and rdesktop (to connect to windows pcs) but I want to do this with ssh and Linux.

    Any idears?
    Thanks,
    Kauai

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    check this

    i am also trying to do same thik
    but it didn`t worked

    i think http://www.ltsp.org/ will help u

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