You will need to look at Java-based VNC clients.  RealVNC does offer a
Java/browser-based VNC client.  These clients will be slower in performance
than native clients.

There are some other solutions that are being pursued by the OpenStack cloud
community that relies upon browser-based VNC clients.  I'll respond later
with some info on that.


J. Marc Edwards, Lead Architect

Semiconductor Design Portals

Nimbis Services, Inc.

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-----Original Message-----
From: [] On
Behalf Of Mike Miller
Sent: Sunday, January 13, 2013 5:21 PM
To: VNC List
Subject: VNC viewer for Chrome OS?

On Linux or Windows, I'll use either the Free or Enterprise versions of the
Real VNC viewer through an SSH tunnel and both work great.  I'm thinking
about a Chromebook as another potential option for connecting to my Xvnc
sessions.  I see that Chrome OS has SSH available, and it can do port
forwarding.  I also see a bunch of VNC viewer options, but they are of a few
different kinds and I don't know if they will work for me like Real VNC.

Do any of you have experience with a VNC viewer on Chrome OS, especially for
connecting to an Xvnc session?

Is there any plan to develop a Real VNC (Enterprise or Free) for Chrome OS?

Thanks in advance.


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