One of Linux's strengths compared to many other OSs is that Linux provides extensive support for remote logins. You can use a Linux server from remote systems that sit on the same desk as the target system or that are as distant as the opposite side of the globe. Linux has long provided this support, and in fact there are many different types of tools for handling it. These tools fall into two basic categories: text-mode and GUI. Text-mode tools are fairly straightforward, although some provide an assortment of configuration options. GUI tools are more complex. Some of these GUI tools work best in conjunction with a text-mode login, complicating their use. With a bit of planning, though, you should be able to create a GUI login method that end users can operate with minimal fuss.

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