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You can use the sshfs protocol. This allows you to mount any remote file system that you have permissions to over the SSH protocol easily. sudo apt-get install sshfs mkdir ~/Remote sshfs user@remotehost:/path/to/remote/folder ~/Remote It will ask you for your SSH credentials if you aren't set-up with public-key authentication. Then you can open it up in ...
Two methods worked for me: Solution of steeldriver (see the comment under the question): 'Connect to Server' in local nautilus to connect to the remote system Similar solution but in the terminal: Open the terminal (Alt+Ctrl+T) locally and run: nautilus sftp://username@server:/path/to/folder or even better nohup nautilus ...
Assuming you have shared the folder in windows you can do this from terminal: mkdir -pv ~/mnt/share sudo mount -t cifs //192.168.1.188/media$ ~/mnt/share/ -o username=<username-you-have-on-windows-machine> You will then be prompted for the username you have for your windows user. After that you can find the contents of your share in ~/mnt/share/.
I used to use a program called TeamViewer to access the desktop. It's really useful - especially if you set it to open on login. If you just need terminal just use ssh
One solution is to install a VNC server on every other computer, for example vino-server, and a VNC client on your computer, for example, vinagre. The programs mentioned above are known to cooperate perfectly together. You can find both of them in the Ubuntu repos and I'm pretty sure you will find them in the Debian repos too since they are quite old and ...
Regarding possible server monitoring solutions Nagios - https://www.nagios.org/ Incinga - https://www.icinga.org/ Munin - http://munin-monitoring.org/ Spiceworks - http://www.spiceworks.com/ Zabbix - http://www.zabbix.com/ Cacti - http://www.cacti.net/ Monit - https://mmonit.com/monit/ I do use nagios a lot, it needs some time to get started but is worth ...
Assuming you are sharing the Media folder on windows and that you have samba installed on your linux machine, you could, from nautilus do this. Go to Connect to Server and then in the server address, type: smb://192.168.1.188/Media That should opened the shared 'Media folder. It might pop you for credentials.
It is possible. do-release-upgrade -m server. You can use screen, so you can connect to the running process, when you have a dc
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