Remote launch of applications on Linux?

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Hello!


I got the following problem: there is a user sitting at the computer with the installed Ubuntu. It is possible to connect to this computer remotely via SSH. Is there any way to "me play with the siren" somehow this user =)) Well, if more formally, you can run the app that it launched in the session of this user (so he can see the running application)?


PS If you can advise any app or command that will "force" the user to draw attention to themselves =))) some bold lettering or a message in the form of a dialogue.
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One of the simplest solutions
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sudo apt-get install libnotify-bin
notify-send 'Bob, get to work!'
\r
From mana:
With notify-send you can sends desktop notifications to the user via a
notification daemon from the command line. These notifications can be
used to inform the user about an event or display some form of informa‐
tion without getting in the user's way.
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On the user's machine should put an ssh server and connect to it.
ssh -X user@ip_address_or_name
Proper after that dialed the user's password and launching applications on his display.
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Well palikat — no problem. Just run something that accesses columns from your user — and they honk their horns.
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you can display a notification using dbus, console is dbus-send
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I eventually realized that troublshooting ozerskie goewie problems for usercom hue. Because connect for such tasks directly to session via VNC. Or just for fun it wanted to do?
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Ohhh, This Is Cool!!! Thank you very much!!! Here is what you need!
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