[wingide-users] Remote debugging

Matt Calder mvcalder at gmail.com
Fri Feb 4 07:27:54 MST 2011


Thanks for the suggestions. I am getting quite acceptable results now,
here is what I did.

I am using ssh -C -Y though that was not a huge difference on its own.

I installed the package: gnome-core, this is ~350MB, so undoubtedly I
did not need everything in there. Nevertheless, as it is now, I can
debug remotely and the response is quite nice. More or less it feels
like developing on a relatively modest computer, which is partly
because the cloud instance I am running from is just that. The fonts
and icons are just a bit coarse, though I consider that a feature as
it makes the remote Wing visually distinct from my local ones.

I may go on to try some of the products mentioned, but for now, I am
happily Winging my way through the clouds (sorry, I couldn't pass that
up).

Matt

On Thu, Feb 3, 2011 at 7:27 PM, Chris O'Halloran <cmoman at gmail.com> wrote:
> I used nomachine but had less difficulties with Teamviewer.
>
> http://www.teamviewer.com/
>
> Linux deb available.
>
>
>> I discovered www.nomachine.com 's  NX client and server pair a few months
>> ago, and I think it's astonishingly fast.   I have not tried freenx yet.
>> -Chris
>
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