ssh

OpenSSH SSH client (remote login program)

If an X Server is running locally, if the computer at a remote IPaddress is listening for TCP (turned off by default in Debian) and if the remote computer is running sshd then this establishes a secure, compressed connection to the remote computer and forwards (serves) the X calls to the local user - provides a graphical display/input session from the remote 'client application'. -v is 'verbose' mode and is optional.
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sh -v -X -C user@IPaddress /filepath/clientapplicationIf an X Server is running locally, if the computer at a remote IPaddress is listening for TCP (turned off by default in Debian) and if the remote computer is running sshd then this establishes a secure, compressed connection to the remote computer and forwards (serves) the X calls to the local user - provides a graphical display/input session from the remote 'client application'. -v is 'verbose' mode and is optional.

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