Windows 10: RDP from Windows to Linux - no Windows software needed
RDP from Windows to Linux - no Windows software needed
I know people on these boards often run things like Linux / NAS Linux boxes.
RDP from Windows is a very convenient way of accessing it -- here's how to access a typical LINUX box from Windows just using Windows RDP --- works fine although depending on your graphics card capability set in the options of RDP Max resolution as 24 bit colour -- usually more than sufficient -- for command line etc 16 bit is probably good enough and faster.
1) on the Linux box use your package manager to install XRDP. (Your Linux box will need to run some sort of GUI though).
2) start the service - on Centos / Fedora it's the following 4 commands : (as root) once -- on following boots service will start automatically
systemctl enable xrdp.service
systemctl enable xrdp-sesman.service
Ensure port 3389 is allowed through any firewalls
Now from Windows simply logon
Note this is FROM Windows TO Linux
Finnish but not finished
Works BOTH ways - although I usually run the Linux stuff headless
this is what i was looking for some years ago
I simply used putty with ssh. Then again, I don't have GUI's on my Linux boxes normally.
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It's simple though to control them from your Windows computers --works fine in W10 too.
1) On the Linux side...