Re: Remote KDE desktop?
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On Friday 09 March 2007 16:43, Dave Page was heard to say:
> On the server, edit the file /etc/kde3/kdm/kdmrc - this controls
> the KDM display server. Look for the section headed [Xdmcp] and
> change the line which says Enable=false to Enable=true
> Then restart KDM on the server with:
> invoke-rc.d kdm restart
> Now on the desktop, at your KDM login screen, you can select
> "Remote Login". If your server and desktop are on the same IP
> network, you should see the server listed in the remote login
> screen. Otherwise you may have to enter the hostname or IP by hand.
Ok. This is great.
If I may interpose a question at this point, would it be possible to
put the local Xwindows session on CTRL-ALT-F7, and just such a remote
login on F8? I assume that would require two instances of KDM on the
A pointer to TFM would be fine. :^)
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