[rescue] KVM-over-ip

gsm at mendelson.com gsm at mendelson.com
Tue Jun 14 15:14:48 CDT 2011

On Tue, Jun 14, 2011 at 02:59:38PM -0500, Timothy Baldridge wrote:
>After my research that is the conclusion I've come to as well...thanks
>for the help anyways.

There is a program whose name I have forgotten, which runs under *NIX, 
Windows and MacOS which allows you to connect as many systems as you want
in a row and as you move your mouse the focus and keyboard slide to the one
you want.

They are connected to one system and become virtually connected to each 
system as you point to it.

BTW, if you plan to use a Mac as your X server and have clients on remote
systems, you need to use Xvnc on the clients, and a VNC server on the Mac.
There has been for many years a conflict between MacOS's X server and 
GNOME, and the latest security release for MacOS's X server removed TCP 

You can fake it with ssh tunneling, but that adds a lot of overhead.


Geoffrey S. Mendelson N3OWJ/4X1GM
Making your enemy reliant on software you support is the best revenge.

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