accessing the net directly from shell/xterm via windows

accessing the net directly from shell/xterm via windows

Post by martin bucha » Sat, 06 Oct 2001 08:39:21



Im sure ive seen this question or variants of it asked a hundred times but
after trawling thru the lists again, i cant
                          quiet seem to find the info i need so here goes...

                          What i want is to be able to access remote
computers (i.e. my university solaris server) using SSH or related tools
                          that will allow me to run X apps over the
internet.

                          How do i go about this im wonderin?

                          Present state of my system/network:
                          Win2k -the machine that has the modem :(
                          Redhat 7.1 the machine with out the modem!!! :(((

                          I have them networked, can ping, ftp etc etc...
                          Also i have windows set up as a proxy server
(using AnalogueX's nifty little gadget) so i can browse websites on my
                          linux box using Netscape.
                          But, (here's the crunch) how do i configure Linux
so i can access the net from the shell?
                          i.e. telnet, SSH, FTP remote sites directly from
shell?

                          Any info would be much appreciated (such as a step
by step tutorial :-) or pointers to the relevant how-to's or
                          websites, just anything really.

                          Thanks

                          Martin

 
 
 

accessing the net directly from shell/xterm via windows

Post by DemOS » Sat, 06 Oct 2001 07:23:48


On Thu, 4 Oct 2001 16:39:21 -0700


> Im sure ive seen this question or variants of it asked a hundred times but
> after trawling thru the lists again, i cant
>                           quiet seem to find the info i need so here goes...

>                           What i want is to be able to access remote
> computers (i.e. my university solaris server) using SSH or related tools
>                           that will allow me to run X apps over the
> internet.

>                           How do i go about this im wonderin?

>                           Present state of my system/network:
>                           Win2k -the machine that has the modem :(
>                           Redhat 7.1 the machine with out the modem!!! :(((

>                           I have them networked, can ping, ftp etc etc...
>                           Also i have windows set up as a proxy server
> (using AnalogueX's nifty little gadget) so i can browse websites on my
>                           linux box using Netscape.
>                           But, (here's the crunch) how do i configure Linux
> so i can access the net from the shell?
>                           i.e. telnet, SSH, FTP remote sites directly from
> shell?

>                           Any info would be much appreciated (such as a step
> by step tutorial :-) or pointers to the relevant how-to's or
>                           websites, just anything really.

>                           Thanks

>                           Martin

You should be using internet connection sharing on the windows box. That way you can set up your linux box with gateway = your windows box, an tadaa... net access from console

~ Juha "DemOSh" Sorensen
demosh at home dot com :: www.lowping.com/demosh

Rullataan klubil, ymparilla jokasella
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1. accessing the net directly thru shell/xterm via windows

Im sure ive seen this question or variants of it asked a hundred times but
after trawling thru the lists again, i cant
quiet seem to find the info i need so here goes...

What i want is to be able to access remote computers (i.e. my university
solaris server) using SSH or related tools
that will allow me to run X apps over the internet.

How do i go about this im wonderin?

Present state of my system/network:
Win2k -the machine that has the modem
Redhat 7.1 the machine with out the modem!!!

I have them networked, can ping, ftp etc etc...
Also i have windows set up as a proxy server (using AnalogueX's nifty little
gadget) so i can browse websites on my
linux box using Netscape.
But, (here's the crunch) how do i configure Linux so i can access the net
from the shell?
i.e. telnet, SSH, FTP remote sites directly from shell?

Any info would be much appreciated (such as a step by step tutorial :-) or
pointers to the relevant how-to's or
websites, just anything really.

Thanks

Martin

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