On 22 February 2011 13:45, Nick Copeland wrote:
All the time. It is an essential remote administration tool in the
UNIX (increasingly Linux) world. I have no idea how I could live
And I always enable it back when this happens...
> There are naturally good reasons for this: if audio people are concerned
At least once in the recent past I used Ardour over ssh -X (over a
fast network) to make use of a relatively powerful remote machine I
was using for testing.
Security issues are IMO better handled by a separate firewall between
you and the internet - in your own LAN, why not enable TCP access? It
already saved my butt more than once. Windows doesn't do it - so what?
Are we going to downgrade all our tools? Mind you, Windows doesn't
even ship with a compiler.
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