Skill Level Intermediate
- [Scott] Most of the time, a Linux system we need to connect to isn't sitting right under our desk. It's usually in a rack in a data center, or some other remote location. So we can't just plug in a keyboard and connect to the console. I'm Scott Simpson and in this course, I'll show you three approaches to connecting remotely to a Linux system. We'll connect to a remote text terminal session with Secure Shell. We'll forward one GUI application to a local client, using SSH and X11 forwarding, and we'll set up a remote desktop session with VNC.
Depending on what you need to do with a remote system, you'll be able to choose from these different methods to get things done. Let's go.