Would like to "allow the windows host to access the guest using SSH to run
Emacs Org-Mode" suggestions:

* Install Cygwin on Windows and use Cygwin's SSH tools & run X on Cygwin &
login to your Linux virtual machine desktop

** Then can use X11VNC and/or TightVNC client if you run a VNC server of
some sort on your VirtualBox virtual machine

*  Possibly you could install a NOMACHINE server {https://www.nomachine.com}
on the Linux virtual machine & a windows NOMACHINE client on your Windows
host machine & login to your Linux virtual machine desktop


On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 4:08 AM Roland Everaert <reveatw...@gmail.com>

> I am a user of emacs on virtual machines at work, and the environment
> works pretty well. I use virtual box as the provided workstation host
> windows, but the virtual machine host a linux os though. The only thing I
> didn't manage to do yet, is to allow the windows host to access the guest
> using SSH. I have read many articles, but none of them seems to work :(
> Any suggestion for the latter topic, (off this list), is welcomed
> Regards,
> Roland.
> On Fri, May 22, 2020 at 7:27 AM Jens Lechtenboerger <
> lech...@wi.uni-muenster.de> wrote:
>> On 2020-05-21, John Kitchin wrote:
>> > What do you do with this image? I would be happy to continue this
>> off-list
>> > if it seems better.
>> I generate self-study HTML presentations with audio as OER based on
>> reveal.js.  See there for a course about to start in two weeks:
>> https://oer.gitlab.io/OS/
>> Material generated from this:
>> https://gitlab.com/oer/OS/-/blob/master/.gitlab-ci.yml
>> A howto: https://oer.gitlab.io/emacs-reveal-howto
>> Best wishes
>> Jens

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