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Old 2008-06-06, 19:22   #15
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Originally Posted by gd_barnes View Post
I see that I am no longer processing port 300 while I am out of town. Either there was a power outage at my place, an internet interruption, or port 300 went down. Argh! That's 5 cores that will sit idle for 5 more days.

I wonder what happened? That's the first time that's happened.

Anon, after I get back, I'll make it a priority for getting remote desktop for Linux set up. Can I access Linux machines from a Windows machine?

Port 300 definitely did not go down, so the problem must be on your end. I noticed that no results have been returned to your IB8000 personal server for the past few days, either.

As for the remote desktop thing, yes, you can control a Linux machine from a Windows one. The Linux remote desktop software, also known as VNC, has both viewers and servers available for Linux, Windows, and Mac machines.
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