RemotePC™ is allowing their users to connect directly to their Linux machines and manage them from anywhere. The remote access provider is offering one of the industry’s best and most affordable remote desktop access for Linux solutions.
RemotePC™ users can connect to their remote Linux machines from the remote access desktop application, or even directly from any web browser via RemotePC™ Viewer Lite, without the hassle of any additional software installation.
Once the application is installed on the Linux machine, users can login to their account and remotely connect to it from any remote desktop configured to their account.
RemotePC™ offers many features that make it the perfect solution for Linux remote access. It is platform independent, so remote computers and servers can be accessed from any PC, Mac, or Linux machine, as well as iOS and Android devices. The software also allows users to perform remote access functions such as lock screen, blank host screen, adjust the screen of the remote computer, and block remote input during a session.
Other more advanced features include:
- Linux Remote Sound – enables users to listen to audio files from the remote machine on their local device
- Linux Headless Server Remote Access Support – users can access a Linux server without any monitor connected to it
- Raspberry Pi as host – users can access Raspberry Pi devices with the RemotePC™ application
The various distributions / versions of Linux OS which are supported are:
- Debian (9, 10)
- Ubuntu (16, 18, 20.04, 22.04)
- Linux Mint 18.1 Cinnamon
- Linux Mint 20 Cinnamon
- RHEL (7)
- CentOS (7, 8)
- Fedora (29, 30)
- openSUSE Leap (15.1)
Raspberry Pi 3 and 4 (32 bit)
(Raspbian Debian 10 Buster)
Raspberry Pi (64 bit)
- (Ubuntu 20.04)
- Debian 11
For any remote access service, security is extremely important, which is why RemotePC™ uses TLS v 1.2/AES-256 encryption for transferring user authentication data between a remote computer and local computer. For an extra layer of protection, a Personal Key is available that offers a unique password set for each computer.
To learn more about RemotePC and remote access to Linux machines visit the website here.
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