You can use SSH to log in to exozyme if you do not need a graphical desktop. SSH uses much less bandwidth than a full-blown desktop, so you should experience much better performance. Note that you do need some experience with using the terminal, so you may want to check out this guide if you need help.
Now open up a terminal on your computer and use the following command to connect to exozyme with SSH, substituting your exozyme username for
This command connects you to our SSH server at exozy.me You will be prompted to type in your SSH key's password. If everything works, it should drop you into a terminal.
Tips and tricks
Run graphical apps
If you want to run graphical apps, you can use X11 forwarding with
ssh -X. Note that this works best with a Linux client; otherwise, follow these instructions.
You can also use Waypipe if you need graphical acceleration.
SSH config file
You can add exozyme as a
Host to your
.ssh/config file, so you can simply type
ssh exozyme instead of the longer
ssh USERNAME@exozy.me. Here is an example from @Ta180m that also forwards the SSH and GPG agents to exozyme.
Host exozyme User ta180m HostName exozy.me ForwardAgent yes RemoteForward /run/user/1000/gnupg/S.gpg-agent /run/user/1000/gnupg/S.gpg-agent.extra