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comment Lighttpd + PHP permission problems on Fedora
Great Scott! It works - thanks a bunch
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comment Is there a (free) way to set up remote desktop sharing without configuring the router?
Maybe check out TeamViewer (teamviewer.com/en). They do have packages for various Linux distributions and so far I have not run into any of the above mentioned problems while using it.
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comment Is there a (free) way to set up remote desktop sharing without configuring the router?
The typical situation is that the computer you want to access is sitting behind a router. Usually routers let communication out pretty freely, but are a lot stricter with incoming traffic. To be able to reach your computer, you will probably have to configure port forwarding, and how to do that relies solely on the router you are using.