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VNC is possibly a bit slow but ssh gives just the command line and won't be slow.. and ssh -X can potentially give a GUI at a reasonable speed. I have a friend that is a scientist that has a macbook laptop he uses ssh to go to the terminal on his computer at work, and ssh -X when he wants to access some GUI app. (i'm not quite sure how ssh -X works) but ssh ...


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Yes you can with Project my screen app on your PC check out the link http://www.nokiapoweruser.com/2014/04/19/windows-phone-8-1-tip-how-to-project-phones-screen-on-a-pc/


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The solution is named VDM (Virtual Display Manager). It works as a set of two programs: The Server program: The Client program: It works perfect, but it has a possible security flaw, depending on your desired behavior: it allows access to every window (the server side can not restrict):


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Ideally, you could use an open source VPN (OpenVPN being one example) to tunnel into the network, then VNC to any PC you wish. More secure IMO, and less holes opened in the firewall.


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There is a possibility that indeed VNC server assigns a high port number beyond the allows range in firewall, as the edited question and Byob's answer indicate. However, there is still a possibility as it has occured to me that there is indeed a routing error somewhere like the routing tables of the host machine or the router maybe. There is a relevant ...


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As a developer/administrator working in Mac OS X, I always use SSH to remote into the virtual Linux machines I use for development. But to make my life easier, I launch the VirtualBox guest machine via “headless” mode so I never have to deal with the desktop application. Because in reality, the desktop application is just a nice GUI that writes to text files ...


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There's couple options to gain remote access on a Linux host. I have used puttyand xming combo X2Go which is based off FreeNX Or just install a VNC server and access your Linux host via any VNC viewer I like putty/xming the most.


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Because you're using PyCharm, you have the ability to deploy code via ssh within the IDE. That being said, I would eschew the use of a graphical console and favor a text-based one for day-to-day productivity. However, I would set up access via VRDP on the of chance your virtual machine becomes unreachable via its virtualized interface but accessible via ...


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The answer is here: https://www.realvnc.com/products/vnc/documentation/5.0/misc/keyboard-mapping/ tl;dr Opt key is mapped to AltR on US-PC kb and AltGr on non-US PC kb If anyone knows, in general, how to access remote mac's option key from any client (say, the iOS VNC.app client, or Andriod's VNC client), plz post as answer to OP's question, tia.


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Does the user have a graphical desktop configured, or just a console shell? If not, then VNC won't have a desktop to show them.


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I needed to make a $HOME/.vncrc file with this entry: $geometry = "1400x850"; Details can be found in the documentation here: /usr/share/doc/vnc4server/examples/vnc.conf.gz



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