On 4/26/06, Hao Jiajie <guorke@...> wrote:
> I'd like colinux, it's great,but not it's terminal.
> When i'm at work,it's have a local lan environment.
> I can set my host winxp's ip is '192.168.0.6',set colinux(gentoo)'s ip
> is '192.168.0.7', start gentoo's sshd serive,use 'pcap-bridge' in
> config file.
> Then i can use putty ssh my colinux!
> But when i go to home, i only have my laptop, only one pc. no any
> network eviroment. no any ip address.
> And here's my question:
> How can i use putty in this situation?
> I'm very preciated, if you give me some more detailed tips.
> putty is a cool terminal too, when colinux can integrated putty, that's p=
Use TAP... Install the TAP Driver, make sure the
colinux-net-daemon.exe is installed with coLinux, then configure an IP
for both TAP on Windows side of things and TAP on coLinux, make sure
that Windows can route stuff for TAP on coLinux through the TAP on
Windows, and that coLinux can route stuff for TAP on Windows through
it's TAP... And you should then be able to putty into coLinux without