is it possible to reload a locked x-session (kde) from another terminal
i know and cherish the multi-user environment that unix systems are build for..
but i sort of need the retro winXP like functionality every now and then..
so , is it possible that i lock a kde session from one pc.. say the linux pc itself, and then be able to reload it (ie with any open applications runnning on it like ktorrent or an open-office document) from another computer.. say another linux pc in the network (or any win pc with cygwin or Hummingbird)?
so to downloading smth from ktorrent .. a completely gui application.. no command line involved... i lock the pc at which i started the download, and now im at work and i want to log onto that session to check out how the dl is evolving..
anm i able to do that?
thank you for your hepl