Great question - and I'm not sure to be honest. Much of what I do
(sysadmin type work) is for my home network (I'm a developer by trade).
I guess the right answer is, I haven't had a need yet - so I don't know
At one point, I did have it set up so VNC controlled the glass - meaning I
could VNC to my computer like I was sitting in front of the monitor.
That's pretty easy (or was easy) to do...
On Tue, 2 Aug 2011, Les Mikesell wrote:
> On 8/2/2011 9:48 AM, Scot P. Floess wrote:
>> Personally, I am blown away by the performance of Tiger VNC - so much so
>> that I no longer use either NX nor FreeNX. I don't get sounds - but
>> youtube runs very smoothly...
> Is there any way to manage user sessions with VNC? I've seen it set up
> so that xinetd spins up a fresh session on every connection and kills it
> if you disconnect, and alternatively with pre-configured long running
> sessions attached to specific ports. What I'd like is something that
> acts more like freenx/NX where your first login sets up a session that
> you can either suspend or terminate when you disconnect and you can
> reconnect to sessions suspended under your login.
> Les Mikesell
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