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PostSubject: remote desktop and dictionary    Sun Apr 13, 2014 12:51 pm


look for a dictionary, no problem, but i dont know the packages to install for more language packs offline, GUI, KDE at least, german - english is okay, more would be better. mate dictionary 1.6, several languages, online i guess, didnt works - error:

Error while looking up definition

No definitions found for 'hallo'

Is there any remote desktop on terminal or GUI, Linux to Linux, through internet, and an instruction?
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PostSubject: Re: remote desktop and dictionary    Tue Apr 15, 2014 10:37 am

Welcome to SuseUnbound, momo! Sorry it took so long to get back to you. Spring is always a busy time for me.

I don't have an answer for your question on the dictionary. Did you use Yast to install it? Yast is usually pretty good about finding dependencies and putting things in the right place. zypper is supped to be good also, but I've never used it myself.

OpenSuse comes with remote desktop capabilities, again I would use Yast to install it. There should be documentation available to install, also. This is something I have no personal experience with.

Check back again, there are other members that know more than I that should be along shortly. If you would let us know which version of OpenSuse you use it would be helpful.


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PostSubject: Re: remote desktop and dictionary    Thu Apr 17, 2014 8:30 pm

For the remote desktop there is rDesktop I beleive that will use the standard windows rdp protocol and clients. I've never used it, because back when I was needing that sort of thing it really didn't work yet. There is also one called NoMachine, that I have used. It requires, or at least used to, a private/public key to access the server from any remotes. More secure but not handy if you don't have your public key file with you. Its probably in the repos too, but it can also be gotten from https://www.nomachine.com/download. There are also other options out there using ssh and VPNs.

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PostSubject: Re: remote desktop and dictionary    Sat Apr 19, 2014 2:33 pm

ok thank you

The one thing i can find is mate-utils provides mate-dictionary and mate-utils prefes mate-utils lang.

Mate comes from:
http ://download.opensuse.org/repositories/X11:/MATE:/STABLE:/1.6/openSUSE_Tumbleweed/

And my OpenSuse is Tumbleweed, i need a rolling release.
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