Posts Tagged ‘remote access’

Control Your Computer From Anywhere on Ipad with Parallels Access

Wednesday, August 28th, 2013

Parallels Access OSX

Parallels Access turns your iPad into a porthole to your more powerful (and heavier) Windows or Mac computers somewhere else. Connecting the your iPad to your remote machine through the cloud is the (relatively) easy part. The real magic is how Parallels Access elegantly shrinks your desktop applications into manageable tablet apps. (more…)

Enable SSHD on FreeBSD

Tuesday, May 18th, 2010

I believe most system admin does remote access to the server. Who doesn’t enable SSHD on FreeBSD? Almost every new FreeBSD installation, the first thing I will do after installation is enable SSHD Service on FreeBSD. Start the service and remote access from laptop, with a cup of coffee!

To enable SSHD on FreeBSD

  • Edit the file: vi /etc/rc.conf
  • Add: sshd_enable=”YES”
  • To start sshd service: /etc/rc.d/sshd start

If it’s the first time you enable SSHD, it will generate the keys for the first time.