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Setting up NX Terminal Server on Ubuntu

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I have setup a remote desktop to allow her to connect to and use, thus confining the greater bandwidth usage to our unlimited broadband connection in Blightey so she gets a speedier desktop experience via dialup whilst only consuming the small bandwidth needed to receive the remote desktop itself. The solution I’ve chose is NX server.

The setup routine (in order)went like this:

* Install Ubuntu Linux on the PIII
* Undertake any upgrades or extra software installs
* setup account(s)
* Install NX client
* Install NX node
* Install NX free server
* Install ssh:

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