I used winxp remote desktop connection to connect win2008 and audio was ok.I used centos 5.4 rdesktop (rdesktop-1.6.0-3) to connect but no audio heard.rdesktop -r sound:loca... [by aclhkaclhk1]
on 03/31/2010 – Made popular on 03/31/2010
It's easy to access window destop from linux using the command rdesktop command. The windows machine may be in our LAN or machine connected in internet. If the linux didn't have rdesktop installed , you can download rdesktop and install it. Example for rdesktop:
Currently I have an hp laserjet p3015 printer installed in ubuntu 12.04 and it;s working just fine, I can print whatever I need to and I have to admit the installation of the printer in ubuntu was easier than it was in windows. Anyway that aside I am trying to remote desktop into a windows machine.
I'm looking at setting up a thin client terminal that connects to my ltsp server. Once into an ubuntu desktop I'll need rdesktop to connect to my Windows VM. Connected to the thin client will be a keyboard, mouse, usb hand scanner and usb weight balance.
Will I be able to pass through these usb devices through rdesktop to my windows VM?
Here is a situation I am on a Linux machine and I have to access a windows xp machine to which I can connect with rdesktop.The problem is Windows XP machine is remotely located and to be able to do a rdesktop I first physically go to the windows machine and login, I come back to my chair open the terminal on my linux machine and do an rdesktop, then windows property dialog opens and asks to discon
I want to use psexec for managing remote systems(install some software on the remote system).I see a requirement that file and printer sharing to be enabled in the remote system,,for psexec to be working.
I've upgraded to openSUSE 11.3 and it seems to have some problems with rdesktop. If I run it in fullscreen mode, it shows it with window title bar, so the context is moved down and gnome task bar is also over it. Does somebody know, how to use it normally like in 11.2?