I can remote desktop using a GUI (graphical user interface) from my Linux machine to a Windows machine, but not from a Windows machine to a Linux one. Anyone know what I need to do?
I have installed
PuTTY on Windows which brings up a terminal like window, but I cannot get it to bring up the KDE GUI.
PuTTY may not support using a GUI?
0You can also use PenguiNet it's excellent software + it's too cheap 🙂 I know it does not support GUI though you should learn how to run your commands 🙂 — MISC A++
0Yeah I do need to learn the commands, Linux is still fairly new to me. — 5N4K3
0Can you please inform me which Linux distribution you are using and how you RDP to the Windows machine? I am an absolute beginner and would like to accomplish precisely that. Thank you in advance! — Dragonchaser
0I feel your best bet on Linux servers is to learn how to do things at the command line. Even with a GUI interface there are going to be certain tasks that will require you to open a command line. Linux behaves in the exact opposite manner as Windows in this respect - the command line actually gives you more power and options than the GUI, whereas the Windows command line is severely limited and the GUI is required for most tasks. — madirish