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manuals:bachelorservers [2020/02/17 12:22]
venemans [Which bach(elor) server to connect to]
manuals:bachelorservers [2020/03/25 12:41] (current)
deul
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 followed by entering your password. The ''​ssh''​ command is available in the shell terminal / command prompt for most Windows, MacOS and Linux versions by default. An ''​ssh''​ connection to the bach servers can be set up both from inside and outside Leiden Observatory,​ and provides a text-based Linux shell from which commands can be issued. This does not allow for starting any programs with a graphical user interface (GUI). If your own computer is running X-server software (typically the case for MacOS and Linux), a connection which supports GUIs can be started as follows, e.g.: followed by entering your password. The ''​ssh''​ command is available in the shell terminal / command prompt for most Windows, MacOS and Linux versions by default. An ''​ssh''​ connection to the bach servers can be set up both from inside and outside Leiden Observatory,​ and provides a text-based Linux shell from which commands can be issued. This does not allow for starting any programs with a graphical user interface (GUI). If your own computer is running X-server software (typically the case for MacOS and Linux), a connection which supports GUIs can be started as follows, e.g.:
 <​code>​ <​code>​
-ssh -jklaassen@bach1.strw.leidenuniv.nl+ssh -XC jklaassen@bach1.strw.leidenuniv.nl
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 +The ''​%%C%%''​ option enables compression which will greatly help interactive graphica work.
 +
 The major disadvantage of the approach given above is that any interruption in the connection between your computer and the server, either intentionally or unintentionally,​ will permanently break the communication between your computer and the software that you started up. Below we describe two solutions to this problem, first a text-based solution using ''​screen''​ and then a GUI-based solution using ''​xrdp''​. ​ The major disadvantage of the approach given above is that any interruption in the connection between your computer and the server, either intentionally or unintentionally,​ will permanently break the communication between your computer and the software that you started up. Below we describe two solutions to this problem, first a text-based solution using ''​screen''​ and then a GUI-based solution using ''​xrdp''​. ​
  
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