Linux server remote access refers to the ability to access and control a Linux machine from a remote computer or device. This can be done using a variety of methods, such as SSH, VNC, and RDP.
Remote access to a Linux machine can be useful for a variety of purposes, such as:
- Monitoring and troubleshooting: If your Linux machine is running a server or other critical application, you may want to be able to access it remotely to monitor its performance and troubleshoot any problems.
- Managing files and applications: If you have files or applications stored on your Linux server, you may want to be able to access them remotely to manage them.
- Running headless: If you want to use your Linux server without a monitor, keyboard, or mouse, you can use remote access to control it remotely.