Open Suse ssh connection.

Posted: January 19, 2011. At: 11:50 PM. This was 7 years ago. Post ID: 900
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I am typing this in Gedit, running over ssh to my laptop, just like I was doing with Gentoo. Just by typing ssh -X -l shoggoth you can connect to the other machine after the ip addresses are sorted out.

Here is the kernel version I have, 2.6.34 is a good kernel, but I might upgrade to 2.6.37 very soon.

[email protected]:~/Documents> uname -a
Linux linux-evbo 2.6.34-12-desktop #1 SMP PREEMPT 2010-06-29 02:39:08 +0200 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux 
[email protected]:~/Documents> df -Hla
Filesystem             Size   Used  Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/sda1              259G   7.6G   238G   4% /
proc                      0      0      0   -  /proc
sysfs                     0      0      0   -  /sys
debugfs                   0      0      0   -  /sys/kernel/debug
devtmpfs               949M   373k   948M   1% /dev
tmpfs                  950M   2.8M   947M   1% /dev/shm
devpts                    0      0      0   -  /dev/pts
/dev/sda3              124G    38G    81G  32% /home
fusectl                   0      0      0   -  /sys/fs/fuse/connections
/dev/sda2              107G    65G    42G  61% /windows/D
securityfs                0      0      0   -  /sys/kernel/security
/dev/sdb1               64G    30G    31G  49% /media/6a297c9b-8486-458d-8a10-236136cbad3d
/dev/sr0               4.5G   4.5G      0 100% /media/openSUSE-DVD-x86_64.0702..001
gvfs-fuse-daemon          0      0      0   -  /home/shoggoth/.gvfs
rpc_pipefs                0      0      0   -  /var/lib/nfs/rpc_pipefs

And here is how much disk space I have left after installing both KDE and Gnome on my machine. The 64bit KDE 4 desktop is very fast and responsive, I just prefer to use the Gnome desktop, with a panel on the bottom and the top. That way everything has space to be and I do not have just the one panel on the bottom that gets cramped. And that looks too much like Windows. Here is a good tutorial showing how to enable ssh connections in OpenSuse Linux.

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