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7.8. Remote desktop

Fedora has remote desktop as part of the default install.
  • In Gnome, select System > Preferences > Remote Desktop
  • In KDE, select KMenu > Applications > Settings > Desktop Sharing
Enabling 'Desktop Sharing is as simple as ticking the Allow other users to view your desktop . If you would like other people to control your desktop you can tick the appropriate setting.

 
 
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