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Links 1 through 7 of 7 by Ken Robson tagged remote

Previous “Tech Support” columns introduced both Perlbal and Pound, two packages to load balance traffic across multiple machines. Dividing load among several servers provides better performance and increased reliability. However, more machines transla

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ConMan is a console management program designed to support a large number of console devices and simultaneous users. It currently supports local serial devices and remote terminal servers (via the telnet protocol).

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Screen is a terminal multiplexer that allows you to manage many processes through one physical terminal. Each process gets its own virtual window, and you can bounce between virtual windows interacting with each process. The processes managed by screen co

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SSL provides a novel mechanism for convenient, secure access of remote desktops with VNC and standard Web browsers.

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For some time I've been meaning to take a closer look at NoMachine NX because at first glance its pretty hard to figure out what's going on there and how the various bits and pieces fit together. Of course, there's some context here - there are a number o

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Imagine being able to reboot a server from the system console from Europe or at an airport during a layover. Imagine not having to physically be present at your datacenter to perform tasks that require console access but, instead, doing them in the comfor

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Linux Infrared Remote Control (LIRC) allows you to use inexpensive hardware to control your Linux PC with a TV remote control. Why would you want to control your PC with a TV remote control? A number of reasons are possible, the most obvious being MythTV,

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