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[Xen-users] what to use for vncviewer

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Date: Fri, 20 Aug 2010 12:03:20 -0400 (EDT)
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Using slackware64 13.1 as a starting point I'm playing with XEN.

I've been making decent progress and learning a lot along the way.
last night I kicked off a windows XP SP2 install.

I've been using KDE's VNC client whcih occasionaly crashed and does other
stupid stuff. I'm wondering what others are using for a VNC client with

My second questions is where do I configure the VNC client program name?

Thanks, Jack

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