If you install terminal then open store and tweakgeek then go into
tweakgeek and look for terminal turn of app susend that will give you ssh
For vnc you will have to install libertine and the remmina which will give
you vnc or rdp connections here is a small tutorial
n Monday, 19 September 2016 09:45:56 BST, Nathan Haines
On 09/19/2016 01:25 AM, Chris wrote:
I was looking in ubuntu app store for "SSH" and "VNC" keywords, but
nothing shows up.
As far as SSH goes, you're overthinking it! :)
You have a full Linux computer with GNU userspace in your hand. Open
the terminal and use the program 'ssh' just as you would on any other
Do note that if you let the screen turn off or switch away to a
different task, the terminal will suspend and your SSH session may time
out (so byobu/tmux/screen on the RPi is a really good idea).
As for VNC, there's no native app, so you may have to use
libertine-container-manager to create a chroot container and install a
VNC client. But you're going to want a Bluetooth mouse and keyboard to
use your VNC client.
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