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Freenx allows for multiple clients on Linux and does everything I need; Expect for the simple fact that I need to download/install a client (nomachine) to access the server. VNC ...
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- 07-14-2006 #1
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- Jul 2006
VNC is simple and opens from a java window in any broswer...I've tried out ultr@vnc, but it only works for windows and doesn't allow multiple users to have their own unique screen (not to menchon being slow).
I was wondering if Tightvnc would bring together the best of both worlds- multiple users, speed, and java window in broswer. I came up with this idea after looking at www.workspot.org/vnc . How would I setup something like this? Is it even possible in Linux?
thanks up front for the help.