Topic: Guacamole

by Andrew Latham

A presentation about Guacamole, a program to control a Linux desktop over the network in a browser.

Countrolling remote servers can be very slow when you are behind a corporate firewall blocking ssh requests across the Internet. Most corporate firewalls only allow proxified client access to ports 80, 8080 and 443 across the Internet. Guacamole is a solution that works by using a browser to display a Linux desktop.

Andrew Latham Bio:

Andrew is not a mere mortal. He uses Linux.


Thursday February 19th 2015

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Saint Louis MO - STL Linux Users Group

The Saint Louis MO, STL Linux Users Group meets monthly to talk about Linux. This GNU/Linux Users Group usually holds its meetings on the third Thursday of every month. Meetings are free and open to everyone.

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Future Topics

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