On Sat, Dec 22, 2007 at 03:40:48AM -0600, Jack Barnett wrote:
> Thanks, yea, but I don't think he's maintaining it any longer?
> In ports it's version 1.4.x, but nomachine.com has latest version has
> My friend emailed nomachine.com and he said they refused to support
> any of the xBSD or offer any help on getting a working port for the
> xBSD world.
> I'm guessing that is the reason why it's so out of date and broken. :/
> Are their any alternatives besides VNC?
> We have that and it's working good (TightVNC tunneled though SSH), but
> would like to just run one 'window' and have it displayed on our
> For example, Run an xterm on FreeBSD server and have it displayed on
> an XP or Linux workstation.
Not really, all I know of is FreeNX and VNC.
As for their refusal, is it out of pure ignorance that they don't wish
to support BSD? I thought they had at one time supported FreeBSD (the
assumption is based on the fact that it exists in the ports tree).
Too bad, though. I tested FreeNX on a debian install (unfortunately)
and the client ran smooth on my windows machine, with the unfortunate
exception that it has 0 dual-monitor support in fullscreen mode.
I found this though: http://www.deweyonline.com/nx/freebsd.html
Highly betting that the maintainer's page for this (if that is the
maintainer) that first section looks promising. The link works to
download the 6.2-RELEASE version. It's possible that might work with
X.Org versions later than 7.1; I haven't personally tested it myself.
Btw, which FreeBSD release are you running?
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