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Old 12-28-2011, 03:14 PM   #1
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non-gui alternative of teamviewer

Can anyone suggest a non-gui alternative of teamviewer. Gui is very slow and I am not able to set-up ssh. I just need to set-up one-to-one access b/w my computer and remote host and then, run scripts.
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ssh is what you want to use.
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Thanks. But I already tried setting-up ssh and it did not work. On remote computer ssh daemon is running, but from my home computer I can't ssh: it just waits forever.


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