Zhang Weiwu wrote:
> 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).

Uhm.. wrong list. This is for FreeBSD..

-Garrett
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