LogmeIn Software with Ubuntu

Discussion in 'Desktop Operation' started by netsurfer802, Jun 10, 2009.

  1. netsurfer802

    netsurfer802 New Member

    I'm trying to get a client to download logmein.com software on his computer so I can work with it...and it doesn't know how to associate the file. How do you associate a .mci (Windows Installer package) file in Ubuntu Linux so that I can log into his comuter??!!
     
  2. id10t

    id10t Member

    You don't.

    He could install the openssh-server package and you can ssh in, assuming he also creates a user account for you... There are also a few ways to figure out his ip address...
     
  3. linuxgnubee

    linuxgnubee New Member

    Right. I am with id10t. LogMeIn so far has not ported their app to the Linux side of things - hopefully they will because it works well on the Windows side.

    You'll want to have your client configure his/her Remote Desktop settings appropriately (many tutorials on how to do this), load a VNC viewer on your side, port the ip, and perhaps use ssh to tunnel in securely.

    Just a thought.

    Cheers,
    Linuxgnubee ;)
     
  4. Rayin

    Rayin New Member

    LogMeIn Free gives you remote control of your PC or Mac from any other computer with an..










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  5. martine4161

    martine4161 New Member

    According to my knowledge and news Logmein is the site that can support Windows or MAC very fluently. So if you are trying to get login with Linux then definitely you have problems.
     
  6. georgecampbell

    georgecampbell New Member

    Try using a RHUB remote support server. It will allow you to establish a view only remote connection between Windows and Linux computers so that you can have a look at the issue and troubleshoot the same.
     

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