Thanks, Linda! I "Like" RealVNC. Now I want to buy one of those little Chrome Books...

Looking at prices, I'm not so sure. Maybe I was spoiled by the $250 Acer with 4GB RAM and 500GB HDD I bought for my daughter more than a year ago. I'll have to think about it.

Meanwhile I'm working on Android.  More on that.


On Tue, 29 Jan 2013, Linda Hawksworth wrote:

Hi Mike

We do have a VNC Viewer for Chrome.  You can download it from:

Ensure you are running the latest beta version of Chrome (Chrome 25 beta
or later).

Linda Hawksworth
RealVNC Customer Support

-----Original Message-----
From: []
On Behalf Of Mike Miller
Sent: 13 January 2013 22:21
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

Thanks in advance.


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