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Old 10-07-2009

For remote console logging purpose we use X-manager for Solaris environment. How X-manager config for Linux systems. I want to get Linux desktop to remote pc. that is not ssh or telnet.
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apt-dater - terminal-based remote package update manager SYNOPSIS
apt-dater [[-(c config|v|[n]r)]] DESCRIPTION
This manual page documents briefly the apt-dater command. apt-dater is a program to manage package updats on a large number of remote hosts using SSH. OPTIONS
apt-dater accepts the following command parameters: -c config Use alternative config file. Default is $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/apt-dater/apt-dater.conf. -v Show apt-dater version and copyright statement. -r Refresh hosts and create XML report on stdout. apt-dater must be compiled with XMLREPORT feature. -n Prevent hosts to be refreshed before create XML report (useful for cronjobs which do not have access to SSH key(s)). ENVIRONMENT
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