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Old 07-02-2006, 10:02 AM   #1
Ashrack
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Fastest remote desktop -->FREENX


my server has UBUNTU DAPPER with FREENX installed.
Now on the client machine Im also running UBUNTU DAPPER and I have NXCLIENT installed.

But when I connect to my server with NXCLIENT a new session is created on the server. BUt I would need to connect to the existing session also known as 'console' mode in M$ world.
How can I achieve this??
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