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The easier answer to this question is two configuration changes in your Putty preferences for the session(s): In Window -> Behaviour set your desired Window title. In Terminal -> Features check Disable remote-controlled window title changing.


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from: http://mysteriousswede.blogspot.com/2012/01/mount-local-directory-to-server-on.html How to do it? You set up ssh forwarding by using port 10000 on the machine you log in on to port 22 on your local machine and use sshfs to mount in on the other side. F.ex. to mount /home/username/mywwwdevelstuff on your local machine to /var/www on the server side: ...


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I'm in a similar situation. As mentioned by others, audio and screen will still be outputted by your desktop using VNC. If you're concerned about the performance hit of unneeded screen streaming, I recommend installing x11vnc server on your desktop. It has a "slow_fb" tuning option which lets you set a screen pooling delay, without affecting inputs. Just ...


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There is some missing detail. But (depending on the variety of ssh client and remote system), you would generally use the -X or -Y option to get X-forwarding. The latter is preferred by some, but not necessarily universally available. X11Forwarding (or ForwardX11) may be disallowed by the remote host's sshd daemon. See the ssh manual for some discussion. ...


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You seem to be misunderstanding. After running ssh-copy-id bla@example.com you’ll get a prompt Password:. Without knowing the password or any other valid credentials, the command cannot actually work.



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