Jul 082010
 

From ubuntugeek.com

Gitso is a frontend to reverse VNC connections. It is meant to be a simple two-step process that connects one person to another’s screen.
First, the support person offers to give support.
Second, the person who needs help connects and has their screen remotely visible.
Because Gitso is cross-platform (Linux, OS X and Windows) and uses a reverse VNC connection, it greatly simplifies the process of getting support.

Install gitso in ubuntu
download .deb package from here once you have .deb package, install by double clicking on it or by using the following command from your terminal.

sudo dpkg -i gitso_0.6_all.deb

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Using Gitso

First, the person giving support needs to:

1. Launch Gitso.
2. Click on “Give Support”
3. Click “Connect”

Second, the person who needs help, needs to:

1. Launch Gitso.
2. Click on “Get Help”
3. Type in the “IP Address” provided by the supporter
4. Click “Connect”

Now the person who needs help sits back and watches as someone else moves their mouse and operates their pc from afar.

Note: The person who is giving support needs to have port 5500 open to their machine which requires a port forward on a NATed network.

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