> kevin lyda wrote:
> > vncviewer supports a -viewonly mode. seems like it would be pretty
> > net intensive, but it should work.
>> Alas it won't work as vncserver will only support one connection at a
> time, Any subsequent users will kill the existing session.
On windows you need to check the "request shared session", on unix
you need to use the -shared option. From the man page:
When you make a connection to a VNC server, all other existing
connections are normally closed. This option requests that they
be left open, allowing you to share the desktop with someone
already using it.
Specifies that no keyboard or mouse events should be sent to the
server. Useful if you want to view a desktop without interfering;
often needs to be combined with -shared.
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