MLandman at face2interface.com
Tue Feb 17 12:55:47 PST 2004
At 03:08 PM 2/17/2004, Derek Burns / Bend-Pak wrote:
>Is there a way I can administer my FreeBSD web server from my pc?
I'm a newbie, which means I do lots of stuff to learn and correct my own
errors. My workstation's a pc running win xp and I ssh into my fbsd box for
most everything - even on those rare occasions when I reboot; I just log
back in when the box is back up. The only downside I've discovered (I'm not
running X btw) is that on the console I have multiple screens easily
accessible via the ctrl-fkey combos. I used to use the screen cmd on ssh as
a substitute but found it kind of confusing, ymmv.
Now I'm beginning to realize that the suspend cmd is also good for this
purpose; plus I can always open additional ssh sessions. And for a gui view
of my fbsd box there's ftp, and after you get samba installed that works
quite well with windows explorer.
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