Re: Repair a remote PC
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- Subject: Re: Repair a remote PC
- From: Kent West <email@example.com>
- Date: Sat, 27 Oct 2012 16:15:08 -0500
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On 10/27/12 3:41 PM, Alex Padoly wrote:
> How I can do to repair a remote PC, I would like to install a software
> and I would like to move some directory or some files.
> Remote PC have LINUX or Windows XP, the Server have Debian ''Squeeze"
If I understand, you're sitting at a Debian box, and want to
remote-control a remote Linux box and/or a remote XP box.
To remote to the Linux box, ssh will probably do what you want: ssh -Y
To remote to the XP box, you can try rdesktop: rdesktop
Everything has to be setup to work with these tools, but that's the
general route you want to go, probably.