I recall that there had been tsclient come with SuSE 9.x. Now I am using SuSE 10.2. I cannot find tsclient in the SuSE standard repository nor in packman. (Can I know why this is removed?)
tsclient is not important to me, because I always use "vncviewer" commandline. But we are in a company and I don't like to frighten away my colleagues by telling them when they want a remote desktop session (e.g. discuss a contact) they have to start gnome-terminal and type something there (and, I am sure many of them will type wrongly, with incorrect placed space ett, because they don't know how to use command line. To accept vnc session is easy, go to Control Center and click "Remote Desktop". To start vnc session does one have to use command-line? Yes I can create a desktop shortcut for them so that they can directly launch vncviewer which prompt for server address. But I prefer the standard way: installing some software for them (unless I have to make the desktop shortcuts). -- Zhang Weiwu Real Softservice http://www.realss.com +86 592 2091112 _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"