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== <b>NOTE:</b> This tutorial has been deprecated in GR 3.8. ==
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= Accessing GRC on a Remote Machine =
 
 
== Accessing GRC on a Remote Machine ==
 
  
 
This tutorial will show you how to use nxfree 3.5, a remote desktop server/client solution from nomachine. There are many such tools available, but I have found nxfree to be the most reliable and fluid when viewing remote dynamic graphs like the FFT GUI windows, scopes, etc. It also runs over SSH, so it's secure. There is a new version 4 of nx from nomachine that is no longer free, so this tutorial only covers version 3.5
 
This tutorial will show you how to use nxfree 3.5, a remote desktop server/client solution from nomachine. There are many such tools available, but I have found nxfree to be the most reliable and fluid when viewing remote dynamic graphs like the FFT GUI windows, scopes, etc. It also runs over SSH, so it's secure. There is a new version 4 of nx from nomachine that is no longer free, so this tutorial only covers version 3.5

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