Subject: Re: One monitor, two computers?
From: Patrick Larkin (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Nov 04 1999 - 07:13:27 MST
Version 2 is out. Is that a year old? What other alternatives are there? I'm
about to buy 3-5 copies, so let me know, please. :)
Kevyn Shortell wrote:
> I would not advocate spending any money on F-Secure SSH for the
> Macintosh, It has not been updated in over a year, and is quite
> buggy on newer versions of the Mac OS.
> Having actually PAID for 5 copies, and not having Data Fellows ever
> even bother to update it, was rather annoying.
> Their tactic is to come up with an entirely new product, based on SSH2
> which you'd have to pay another $99 for.
> (Note, these are my personal opinions, not Apple's)
> >Urs Hochstrasser wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > Jason wrote:
> > > > Is there a way I can share my 20" (beige) Apple Colorsync monitor
> > > >between a Blue & White G3 (running MacOS) and a Beige G3/300 running
> > > >YDL? Some sort of switch? What about the ADB port on the monitor? Please
> > > >help! (I don't have enough desktop space for both computers *and* two
> > > >monitors... And the fact that I hardly ever work directly on the YDL
> > > >server, but need it occasionally).
> > >
> > > If you just want to use the console, you could install SSH on the YDL
> > > box, run it without a monitor at all and acces it with NiftyTelnet
> > > (with SSH), so you can log in as root. I do this with my 7100 MkLinux
> > > box all the time...
> > >
> > > If you find out how to use SSH tunneling with a Max X client program,
> > > tell me. It would probably be great fun...
> >F-Secure SSH for Macintosh supports port forwarding. It also supports
> >secure X11 sessions built in.
> >It costs money however but its worth it.
> Kevyn Shortell Worldwide Developer Relations
> Technology Manager Apple Computer, Inc
> firstname.lastname@example.org http://developer.apple.com/
> "War doesn't determine who's right. War determines who's left"
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