- It is faster compared to most of editors, consuming less resources.
- It runs on Linux.
- SSH is open source.
To connect the black toolkit in a Linux server you need:
- Install Black Toolkit in the Linux server.
- Turn on SSH server, if it is not already enabled.
- Enable X11 forwarding in SSH server (X11Forwarding yes), on /etc/ssh/shhd_config, and restart SSH.
Now, in the client side, it depends of the operating system:
On Windows, you need to install XMing for access SSH.
- Activate XMing service
- Configure XLaunch to call blacktoolkit, instead of Xterm, and call the software.
|Running Black Toolkit (from a Linux server) on Windows XP|
For Linux client is a bit simple, just install SSH-client (already comes with) package and do:
$ ssh -p <port> <-X or -Y> <-C> user@server blacktoolkit
You can use it in cell phones, like Android:
- Install ConnectBot and QVD.
- Start QVD service.
- Start ConnectBot and configure connection.
- Remember to do a port forward of the port 6000 for ConnectBot.
- Connect with ConnectBot and call the program you want, or blacktoolkit.
- Now see the QVD window.
- The Xvncpro home page contains the documentation for double-clicks, right-clicks, etc.
I hope had helped everyone.