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 {{tag>​linux remote-desktop windows}} {{tag>​linux remote-desktop windows}}
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 ====== Seamless Remote Linux Desktop in Windows ====== ====== Seamless Remote Linux Desktop in Windows ======
  
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   * The <wrap file>​xfce4-panel</​wrap>​ windows will be always-on-top. To prevent Panels overlapping other things on your desktop, you'll probably want to reduce the number of Items on them to just the bare essentials --- the Applications Menu, Quit, and a shortcut or two --- and/or also avoid maximizing any application windows.   * The <wrap file>​xfce4-panel</​wrap>​ windows will be always-on-top. To prevent Panels overlapping other things on your desktop, you'll probably want to reduce the number of Items on them to just the bare essentials --- the Applications Menu, Quit, and a shortcut or two --- and/or also avoid maximizing any application windows.
  
-===== Logging Out =====+===== 5. Logging Out =====
  
-Click the <wrap nav>​Quit</​wrap>​ button: howto:​seamless_linux:​quit.png+Click the <wrap nav>​Quit</​wrap>​ button ​on your Panel.
  
 If you deleted the Quit button, right-click on the Panel, choose <wrap nav>Add New Items</​wrap>​ and add the <wrap nav>​Action Buttons</​wrap>​ Item. If you deleted the Quit button, right-click on the Panel, choose <wrap nav>Add New Items</​wrap>​ and add the <wrap nav>​Action Buttons</​wrap>​ Item.
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 {{::​xming-exit.png?​nolink|}} {{::​xming-exit.png?​nolink|}}
-===== 5. Logging Back In After Your First Time =====+===== 6. Logging Back In After Your First Time =====
  
 Navigate to where you saved your <wrap file>​remote.xlaunch</​wrap>​ file and double-click it. Navigate to where you saved your <wrap file>​remote.xlaunch</​wrap>​ file and double-click it.
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-===== 6. Oh Crap, I Screwed Up My XFCE Desktop! Help! =====+===== 7. Oh Crap, I Screwed Up My XFCE Desktop! Help! =====
  
 If your XFCE Panels are all out of whack or you just want to start over with your XFCE Desktop configuration for any other reason, just log in to your <wrap file>​remote</​wrap>​ host with your usual text-only method and run these commands: If your XFCE Panels are all out of whack or you just want to start over with your XFCE Desktop configuration for any other reason, just log in to your <wrap file>​remote</​wrap>​ host with your usual text-only method and run these commands: