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i have a few fedora core 6 machines. isn't there a command you can run that allows you to remote into a fedora box? i thought it was similar to rsh, but so you're using gnome on the remote machine.
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You can use SSH to remote in thro the console..
Or VNC if you want the GUI....
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is it only VNC to get the GUI? I thought there was something to run in a console to remote into a fedora machine through X so you have a GUI interface.
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you can setup a remote X session, but because it is unencrypted, it is disabled by default.

Howerver, I have successfully set up such a session using the howto below:

http://ayaz.wordpress.com/2006/09/23/remote-x-login-gdm-xdmcp-xmins-oh-my/
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