Re: Windows->Linux. Graphical terminal emulator.
From: Sybren Stüvel (sybrenUSE_at_YOURthirdtower.imagination.com)
Date: Wed, 07 Jan 2004 19:37:15 +0100
On Wed, 07 Jan 2004 18:00:02 +0000, Alexander Lashenko wrote:
> Telnet client? It is up to you. It is not a standard program for
Yes it is. Search for telnet.exe.
> You can use X11 of course.
> 1. Embedded systems.
Both a VNC client and server run just fine on my embedded system: my
Sharp Zaurus PDA.
> 2. Connection throw firewall (UnixSpace can use port 80 for
> communication with server if you have UnixSpace httpd - it is a
Sloppy. Connecting a telnet client with a telnet server via some HTTP
port. Why would you do that? Oh, and what does that have to do with a
> 3. The size of UnixSpace is only 64KB.
> It is important if you want to get an access to your server from
> remote Windows PC (I mean if you are not an owner of this computer).
If that is the case, I either download the TightVNC
[www.tightvnc.org]viewer (which is 155 kb and Open Source) or simply
use Knoppix [www.knoppix.org].
> 4. You will able to write GUI application much faster.
> By the way, the same application will be able to work throw
> UnixSpace Java applet too. Aapplet has almost the same functionality
There is a VNC client Java applet too.
> and it is a
Which isn't freeware but Open Source.
> Try http://www.unixspace.com and click on Demo.
I'd like to, but it doesn't work through a proxy. Why is that?
Your product seems nice, but I still don't see why I should use it and
not other products that do exactly the same, are widely used, and are
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