[Dshield] distributing windows updates (was: Proxy
david.vincent at mightyoaks.com
Thu Oct 23 22:54:05 GMT 2003
> > > What about VNC?
> > > <http://www.realvnc.com/download.html>
> > I wouldn't recommend that, as it fires off an X session (desktop) on
> > the Linux box and leaves it sitting idle until somebody connects
> > using VNC.
> This is an implementation of VNC with which I am not
> accustomed. None
> of the current implementations of VNC use X. There is a very good
> overview of the VNC architecture at
> http://www.realvnc.com/howitworks.html. This is by the folks
> who wrote
> it. VNC uses a very lightweight protocol. Plus, it works backwards
> from X. With VNC, the server is located on the remote
> machine and the
> client is on the local machine . . . It also supports ssh . . .
i prefer TightVNC
and lookie here:
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