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Ok, I had a question for you all. I have Mandrake 2005 LE, and am currently using it as a workstation/multimedia player/server, with OpenSSH, and VSFTPD running on here. I ...
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- 09-16-2005 #1
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- Jul 2005
- Somewhere in the milkyway galaxy
Thanks in advance,
- 09-16-2005 #2
Well, you can easily forward X over ssh between two Linux machines (or two machines running X). I don't know if that is possible between a Linux (host) machine and Windows (client) machine. My guess is: no.
- 09-16-2005 #3
How about sharing the audio and video files on the Linux machine using Samba, and using a player on the Windows machine (WinAmp or RealPlayer, or summat like that) to play them.Linux user #126863 - see http://linuxcounter.net/
- 09-16-2005 #4
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- Aug 2005
I use the solution provided by Roxoff... It's the best....
Using a remote X server for displaying video is not possible, because images are uncompressed and video has at least 25 frames per sencond (calculate yourself the byte rate... I've used a 100M lan and video is too slow!)When using Windows, have you ever told "Ehi... do your business?"
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