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since I don't have enough space for a Monitor, I want to use my laptop as a screen for my Desktop PC which is running linux fedora. My laptop is running on windows 7 and I don't want to change that or disassemble the screen.

perhaps that is possible via a local Network?

If I was using win 7 on Desktop PC, I know I could use Air Display, but what about on a linux?

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I noticed you got a downvote. You might try changing the title of your question to get better answers. I'd suggest clarifying if you're trying to do a headless install or use software like Remote Desktop Client in the title. –  Tom Resing Oct 17 '13 at 19:12
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Thank you. I Edited the title and context, I hope it is clear now. –  Makan Tayebi May 9 at 0:37

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this link may help you: http://docs.fedoraproject.org/en-US/Fedora/14/html/User_Guide/chap-User_Guide-Sharing_your_desktop.html

or remote desktop connection to Fedora.

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Add description on how the link helps –  Shekhar Oct 17 '13 at 20:05

If you don't have a monitor for the Desktop PC at all, you want to do a headless install. Once installed you can use RDP or SSH to show the OS from the desktop on your laptop.

Reference

Headless install

RDP/SSH

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