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Re: [K12OSN] running VNC server at client Side



i use x11vnc as a local app..what is documented is in wiki.ltsp.org under
experimental work and pagan rituals
chuck
> Hello All,
> How to run VNC server at client side , the way thinstation people are
> managing the XF86Config file and vnc.so file . How can i incorporate the
> same functionality in LTSP thinclients.
> which version of K12 supports this??
> 
> Help and Direction to this is appreciated.
> Regards
> K.Dinesh
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