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Anon32912
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Linux

does logme in fit Linux?
can I control the Linux from a Windows machine?
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KGHalbe
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RE: Linux

ORIGINAL: shrap

does logme in fit Linux?
can I control the Linux from a Windows machine?

 
The requirements, as listed by LMI, are as follows:
 
Target PC (the computer that you will access remotely):

Windows 98, 2000, XP, and Server 2003.
Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator 4.0 or later.
A computer always connected to the Internet via cable modem, ISDN, or DSL.
On Windows NT/2000/XP/Server 2003 you must be a user with administrative privileges to install the software. You can check your current username or add new users to your PC by opening the Control Panel on your PC and clicking on User Accounts.

 
Local PC (the computer you will use to access the Target PC):
 

To remotely access your Target PC, all you need is any computer connected to the Internet or any web-enabled Pocket PC device.

So, you can remote-access the Linux machine from a Windows-based machine, but you cannot access anything from the Linux-based machine using LMI.
 
 
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KGHalbe



(DISCLAIMER: I am NOT an employee of LMI, nor do I have any financial concern in LMI. I am strictly a HAPPY USER of LMI products. I am using PC version and XP SP2. Other systems or versions may act different than described above.)
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BGlassbrook
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RE: Linux

Short answer: Not unless you run a Windows emulation on that machine, in which case you can control the Windows emulation, but not the underlying nix console.