Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 15th Feb 2006 14:38 UTC, submitted by Mirko
Mac OS X "I had a situation where I needed to control two computers over the Internet. The best solution for me was to use VNC networking technology. VNC stands for Virtual Network Computer and is a real nice way to remotely control computers through a GUI interface in which you see the remote desktop. I tried all of the Mac OS X VNC clients I came across and from my experience Chicken of the VNC is the way to go."
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tightvnc
by mmueller on Wed 15th Feb 2006 19:36 UTC
mmueller
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2006-02-15

I am suprised anyone uses just VNC, tightvnc based on vnc is twice as fast. I use use eclipse on a solaris box over a DSL connection with no problems.

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RE: tightvnc
by macintroll on Thu 16th Feb 2006 22:40 in reply to "tightvnc"
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2005-11-15

What do you mean by "just vnc"? Tightvnc is just one encoding option for vnc. "Chicken of the VNC" supports most encodings, including tightvnc.

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