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Old 09-26-2001, 09:33 AM   #1
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setenv ????


I'm running Red hat 7.1 at home, I have an account at school which I'm running KDE 1.1.2 how can I see my desktop at school from home, I also have DSL .... I was adviced to use setenv DISPLAY hostname any suggestions anyone? I do have to ssh into my school account to access it
 
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just use vnc, that'll do the trick. Of course, it'll be fairly slow i think Although there are numerous high compression video codecs out
 
  


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