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[Xen-users] choice of vnc client

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From: "James Harper" <james.harper@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2008 15:41:31 +1000
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What VNC client do people prefer?

I'm currently using VNC Viewer from RealVNC, and it works okay but I'd
really like something that would pretend to give me a 'seamless' session
across reboots.

When the DomU reboots, RealVNC disconnects. Sometimes it may ask if I
want to reconnect, but I'd much prefer something which just retried
until it successfully reconnected, much like the later Microsoft RDP
clients do...

Even better would be the vnc code in qemu doing a reverse connection to
a vnc proxy...



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