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Re: [K12OSN] VNC Terminal Services Prototype!



sounds like they are simply starting vnc through xinet.d so just asking 
gives you a vnc server session on the server.deredk dresser has java 
enabled vnc thru xinetd so his users can connect fromanywhereusing a java
enabled web browser.. i havn'r got that working in fedora but it is all 
set up in suse
i do have vnc though xinetd runing on rh9.chuck
> Folks,
> 
> I saw this today on fedoranews.org... basically someone is working on
> (and has a prototype) of a "VNC based terminal services system which
> also allows hot-desking".  It basically permits disconnections and
> reconnections to your own vnc session (moving terminals, terminal dying
> on you)... much like Terminal Services for Windows.
> GDM manages it all.a enabledm 
> 
> Here's the thread:
> 
> http://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-desktop-list/2004-
June/msg00007.html
> 
> -- 
> Henry Burroughs
> Technology Director
> Hilton Head Preparatory School
> www.hhprep.org
> hburroughs hhprep org
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