Gnome 42 has a fantastic new feature that allows Linux users to share their desktops with Microsoft’s Remote Desktop Protocol remotely, namely GNOME remote desktop. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how you can use this great new feature. Without this feature, an alternative solution is xrdp. However, xrdp cannot provide a consistent desktop environment as used in current Linux. Enable Automatic Login and Disable Screen Lock For the remote desktop to work on GNOME, we have to enable automatic login and disable automatic screen lock.
NOTE: PLEASE DO NOT USE IT TO ATTACK OTHER COMPUTERS. CVE-2017-16995 has been fixed before. But it is broken again in many kernels of Debian and Ubuntu distributions, ranging from version 4.4 to 4.14. It causes an arbitrary memory read/write access issue was found in the Linux kernel compiled with the eBPF bpf(2) system call (CONFIG_BPF_SYSCALL). The issue could occur due to calculation errors in the eBPF verifier module, triggered by user-supplied malicious BPF program.
This tutorial introduces how to install QQ/TIM in Linux with Wine, which had been tested on ArchLinux with Wine 2.4. Prerequisites Before starting, you need to get the latest Wine. I’m not sure whether QQ/TIM can run on a lower version of Wine. In ArchLinux, you can easily get the latest Wine using the following command: pacman -S wine However, in Debian, you need to install Wine with some more steps.