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I'm trying to connect to a Linux Red Hat 5 enterprise, from a windows machine. I have tried putty but no graphics/colors... besides, the function keys don't seem to work properly with the software on linux.
Any good and cheap (free is the word!) choice?
thanks in advance
I'll have about 20 (Windows) users connecting (with about 35 connections). we could manage with less connections if no other options.
it would be nice to have a graphic interface, but not needed. Color would be awesome!
any help is much appreciated!
Last edited by grigori; 11-09-2009 at 06:39 PM.
Reason: more of what I need!
You want to access a Linux desktop from Windows? I'd strongly suggest you check out nx at nomachine.org for a very similar experience to MS RDP - printers, sound and all that. If that's not what you're after you should provide a lot more useful information about what kind of client you really want.