Gordon Dexter on 20 Aug 2009 15:59:06 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] win vnc client to access linux servers via gui

There are a lot of Windows VNC clients available.  RealVNC is the one that people occasionally think of as "official" but it's just one of many possible clients.  TightVNC is a popular one (also available for Linux) as is UltraVNC. This slashdot thread has discussion of their different strengths and weaknesses:



Michael Leone wrote:
Any VNC client should be able to connect to any VNC server, on any
platform. I've connected to Linux servers using Windows VNC clients
many times.

On 8/20/09, Ron Kaye Jr <rekaye1005@verizon.net> wrote:
have win xp laptop

i need remote gui access to my rhel and ubuntu servers.
vnc server is running on each.
putty just aint cuttin it

is there a vnc client for my xp client that will connect graphically to my
linux box?.
i was on the vnc site.
not sure if it is there, and if it is, which one

Ron Kaye Jr


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