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How to Access Your Ubuntu Remotely

Now that I have truly upgraded to Ubuntu, I want to be able to access my machine remotely. This blog post describes two methods.
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First things first. You must make sure you can access your computer through the Internet. If you don’t have a static IP address, this means you must subscribe to a service that can dynamically map your IP to a domain address. I use no-ip.com now and I have used dyndns.com.

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