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Old 01-13-2008
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I m using linux os...and my friend using windows....we both having internet connection...Is there any possible to enter his system from my system using this internet connection.....
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Old 01-13-2008
If You have installed the rdesktop application and Your friend has "remote desktop connection" allowed and You know his address, that could be a way.
Or if he creates a "share" and You use Samba to connect to it.

Or if he has a service, such as http, ftp, ssh, etc You can use that.

There are many ways. depending on how much of "connection" You want. Do You want to be able to control the machine or just transfer files to and fro?

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