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  • Looking for a way to remote in to K's of raspberry pi's...
    Remote access for 10 people / end user access = Apache guacamole - centralises access and audit and levels of access - MFA - HTML5 so all the enduser needs is a modern OS. Source: 7 months ago
  • Start your server remotely
    I use wakeonlan for all of my machines, and configure Guacamole to push the WOL packet, delay 30-300 seconds (depending on machine) and then give me a terminal session to the server. Source: 7 months ago
  • Looking for a way to remote in to K's of raspberry pi's...
    Setup Guacamole. It handles SSH, VNC, and RDP via HTML5. Works fine with LDAP or even Active Directory authentication. Apache Guacamole - I think you can preload a database with connections also so you could likely automate most of this away. Source: 7 months ago
  • List of your reverse proxied services
    Guacamole - To access Windows hosts via RDP. Source: 8 months ago
  • Virtual display on Linux
    Use a vnc/rdp tool with a web interface (like to access your remote host. Source: 9 months ago
  • Russia starts blocking VPN at the protocol (WireGuard, OpenVPN) level
    While working in an environment where VPN connections were pretty much all blocked⁰ a friend of mine had success using to access a remote machine¹. Not quite the same as a direct VPN connection but worth a try if nothing else functions, it looks enough like normal HTTPS traffic that he got away with it. To keep your wireguard setup more as-is, you could try... - Source: Hacker News / 11 months ago
  • The Future of the Web Is VNC
    Seems a good time to mention Guacamole[0] which is RDP/VNC client in the browser. [0] - Source: Hacker News / 12 months ago
  • Leaseweb vs other providers
    Unfortunately, if you install a GUI, you will have to pipe it through a webserver. Something like guacamole. For a headless and people not well versed in command line, swizzin is normally the go to. You install Debian, then access the command line, and then run the swizzin script to set it up. It adds a GUI for everything. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Citrix for personal use
    Not really. Look into Parsec, or Guacamole behind a reverse proxy. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Alternative to Chrome Remote Desktop?
    I don't use RDP but I have many friends who still swear by May be overkill depending on what you need. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Looking for ideas / solutions
    You're not very specific which stacks are in use, but perhaps Apache Guacamole. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Alternatives to Myrtille for web-based Windows RDP
    I use Guacamole for certain things. Works fine for me. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Kubernetes for temporary VM?
    I remember a former project using but I forget what was being used in the back. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Dell T320 vs T620 Idle Power
    Teleport is for remote access; I travel quite a bit for work and like to have SSH/RDP/kube access back to my homelab when I travel. It's a bit of a pain to configure, though. I'd recommend something like Apache Guacamole if that's something you're interested in doing. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Creating a new homelab - advice, suggestions, help
    Run and have all your Windows Systems available via webbrowser. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Guacamole: Error connecting to RDP server
    I'm trying to figure out why I can't get Guacamole remote desktop to work. I'm using the Guacamole that came with Dockstarter. This is the image. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Is It Possible To Configure a GCP VM to Playing Sound In Chrome Remote Desktop?
    If you use apache guacamole to go from rdp or xrdp to html5, you can get sound from a windows or linux desktop. The demo has sound coming from a windows desktop, I can confirm you can get sound from a linux desktop too. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Remote access to homelab
    Https:// will help. You can add 2fa, access your systems from any browser. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Setting up a web app/site that is logged into my Netflix account and lets other people access that local server to view Netflix using a custom GUI/web design.
    I mean if you just want to have multiple people login to the same desktop: Source: over 1 year ago
  • Best way to "manage" 7 screens around a 30'x50' room?
    I was going to lock the mouse to the two main screens and setup Guacamole with TightVNC to make a "click here to access TV #1...#2.... etc" webpage that accesses each TV (display) via VNC view groups, but this is more out of the box then our client is (honestly) looking for. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Self host something like Neverinstall?
    Apache Guacamole is one of the reference here. Source: over 1 year ago

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