[TriLUG] LastFoot.com VNCSERVER
Thu, 25 Oct 2001 22:37:30 -0400
Joseph, "lastfoot" was a divergent line of VNC. It was designed to use a
tiny foot print, and be as light weight as possible. I don't think anyone
has worked on the opensource version in a while. I've heard some folks say
nice things about it, but VNC has always met my needs.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sinner from the Prairy" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 25, 2001 10:10 PM
Subject: Re: [TriLUG] LastFoot.com VNCSERVER
> A Dijous 25 Octubre 2001 04:01 pm, vàreu escriure:
> > Had anyone use or work with this technology before when it was public?
> > am interested in the way they set vncserver up via inetd and when the
> > vncbrowser got to one of these server, it ask for user id & password as
> > you are login locally. I got some instructions from the internet but
> > not seem to help me. Sorry, I got thick skull...
> What do you mean 2before, when it was public"? I thought that it still was
> I have used VNC successfully. I have used it to control NT boxes (located
> a cold, server room) fom my desktop at my office, with a nice coffe at my
> I have used it both from vnc-client on Windows9x and from a java-enabled
> browser in Linux.
> -it works,
> -it is great.
> -it is multi-platform on clients
> -it is multi-platform on servers
> -great on intranets
> -it is not encripted communicaiton (maybe you can enncript it on a ssh
> or something
> -it needs an special port open on your firewall
> -it is a little slow (or so it felt) through internet
> I recommend it on firewalled intranets. It is very good.
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