Okay so I did a bit of research, and found a method of forwarding audio from your remote RDP Linux desktops.
The methods work for RDP connections on your local LAN, and also for connections to remote systems via ssh tunnels.
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This will be a multi-part series on SSH
This is Part 1
Say you have a workstation or server, safely sitting behind a firewall, but you need access, for example, to the shiny RDP service you installed not so long ago, and/or other services on that system.
You could easily forward the RDP port (3389)
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I've noticed that recently, Debian-based distributions seem to be attempting to download a bazillion Translations Indexes from their repositories. Most of the these attempts seem to be either ignored, or fail, and sometimes it even seems to slow down the update download itself, presumably because it takes time for the repository server to time out
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