Tomasz Chmielewski | 1 Jun 17:36 2005
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dfmirage quiet installation?

I was wondering if it was possible to install dfmirage driver "quietly"
on a XP SP2 machine, without having to press "Yes" etc. (actually, XP 
claims it has no Windows logo certification etc. crap).

The reason I'm asking for this is that I wanted to install it using
Unattended (that is in a script with all software).

Tomek

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Eugene Sukhodolin | 1 Jun 20:28 2005

Re: dfmirage quiet installation?

Dear Tomasz,

> I was wondering if it was possible to install dfmirage driver "quietly"
> on a XP SP2 machine, without having to press "Yes" etc. (actually, XP 
> claims it has no Windows logo certification etc. crap).

Yes, this will be possible very soon! We've finally obtained all necessary
Digital IDs from VeriSign & Microsoft and now we're working on passing
the necessary tests to obtain WHQL signing.

> The reason I'm asking for this is that I wanted to install it using
> Unattended (that is in a script with all software).

This will be the supported scenario as far as i understand.

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Tomasz Chmielewski | 1 Jun 21:11 2005
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Re: dfmirage quiet installation?

Eugene Sukhodolin schrieb:
> Dear Tomasz,
> 
>> I was wondering if it was possible to install dfmirage driver "quietly"
>> on a XP SP2 machine, without having to press "Yes" etc. (actually, XP 
>> claims it has no Windows logo certification etc. crap).
> 
> 
> Yes, this will be possible very soon! We've finally obtained all necessary
> Digital IDs from VeriSign & Microsoft and now we're working on passing
> the necessary tests to obtain WHQL signing.
> 
>> The reason I'm asking for this is that I wanted to install it using
>> Unattended (that is in a script with all software).
> 
> 
> This will be the supported scenario as far as i understand.

cool! :)

any estimates when this will happen?

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Tomasz Chmielewski | 1 Jun 22:00 2005
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multi user / concurrent VNC sessions on Windows?

On Linux, or *NIX in general, it is possible to have multiple and 
concurrent VNC sessions
That is, many users, with different passwords can use one machine 
remotely at the same time, and each user will have a different desktop / 
program run etc.

Is it also possible on Windows?

The only possibility I know is MS Terminal Server or RDP on Windows in 
general - but here one have to pay for each client that connects to a 
server.

Is this multiuser on Windows also supported by VNC (TightVNC, or any 
other VNC)?

Or is it generally impossible with VNC and Windows?

If it's impossible, are there any alternatives to MS Termina Server / RDP?

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John Aldrich | 1 Jun 22:22 2005

RE: multi user / concurrent VNC sessions on Windows?

On *nix in general, it is supposed to be possible. I have never done it as
I'm pretty much the ONLY user on my box. :-) What you have to do is start
the VNC server at boot, I believe and have it call the login manager.

-----Original Message-----
From: Tomasz Chmielewski [mailto:mangoo <at> mch.one.pl]
Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 4:01 PM
To: vnc-tight-list <at> lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: multi user / concurrent VNC sessions on Windows?

On Linux, or *NIX in general, it is possible to have multiple and 
concurrent VNC sessions
That is, many users, with different passwords can use one machine 
remotely at the same time, and each user will have a different desktop / 
program run etc.

Is it also possible on Windows?

The only possibility I know is MS Terminal Server or RDP on Windows in 
general - but here one have to pay for each client that connects to a 
server.

Is this multiuser on Windows also supported by VNC (TightVNC, or any 
other VNC)?

Or is it generally impossible with VNC and Windows?

If it's impossible, are there any alternatives to MS Termina Server / RDP?

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John Aldrich | 1 Jun 22:24 2005

RE: multi user / concurrent VNC sessions on Windows?

As for Windows, AFAIK, it is not possible to use any flavor of VNC to
connect multiple users to separate "sessions" as it is on *nix. There are
other pieces of software that will let you do this, besides the ones you
mentioned, but they have the same problem you are complaining about with the
per-client licensing.

-----Original Message-----
From: Tomasz Chmielewski [mailto:mangoo <at> mch.one.pl]
Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 4:01 PM
To: vnc-tight-list <at> lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: multi user / concurrent VNC sessions on Windows?

On Linux, or *NIX in general, it is possible to have multiple and 
concurrent VNC sessions
That is, many users, with different passwords can use one machine 
remotely at the same time, and each user will have a different desktop / 
program run etc.

Is it also possible on Windows?

The only possibility I know is MS Terminal Server or RDP on Windows in 
general - but here one have to pay for each client that connects to a 
server.

Is this multiuser on Windows also supported by VNC (TightVNC, or any 
other VNC)?

Or is it generally impossible with VNC and Windows?

If it's impossible, are there any alternatives to MS Termina Server / RDP?
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Fabio Junior Sabai | 2 Jun 02:04 2005
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Export display :0

Hi folks,

Is it possible, with tightvnc, export the display :0, which I am using in my 
desktop? What I want is see, or other people see, what is happening in my KDE 
desktop. RealVNC 4 do that, with a module for X called vnc.so.

So, is it possible or not.

Sorry for my bad english.

Thank's.

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Jinu Mathew Joy | 2 Jun 06:22 2005
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RE: multi user / concurrent VNC sessions on Windows?

When you say there are other pieces of software that do that.. 
are you talking of Terminal sever on windows or is there 
something else you know of..

-Jinu

>>> John Aldrich <JAldrich <at> covista.com> 06/02/05 1:54 AM >>>
As for Windows, AFAIK, it is not possible to use any flavor of VNC to
connect multiple users to separate "sessions" as it is on *nix. There
are
other pieces of software that will let you do this, besides the ones
you
mentioned, but they have the same problem you are complaining about
with the
per-client licensing.

-----Original Message-----
From: Tomasz Chmielewski [mailto:mangoo <at> mch.one.pl] 
Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 4:01 PM
To: vnc-tight-list <at> lists.sourceforge.net 
Subject: multi user / concurrent VNC sessions on Windows?

On Linux, or *NIX in general, it is possible to have multiple and 
concurrent VNC sessions
That is, many users, with different passwords can use one machine 
remotely at the same time, and each user will have a different desktop
/ 
program run etc.

Is it also possible on Windows?
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Tomasz Chmielewski | 2 Jun 07:56 2005
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Re: Export display :0

Fabio Junior Sabai schrieb:
> Hi folks,
> 
> Is it possible, with tightvnc, export the display :0, which I am using in my 
> desktop? What I want is see, or other people see, what is happening in my KDE 
> desktop. RealVNC 4 do that, with a module for X called vnc.so.

yeah just use KDE "Desktop sharing" (bad idea - it is slow, not very 
responsive, uses much CPU, and onyl one user can use it) - you can set 
it in kcontrol.

a better solution is to install vino (Gnome VNC), set up password, and 
start it in your ~/.kde/Autostart

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John Aldrich | 2 Jun 16:14 2005

RE: multi user / concurrent VNC sessions on Windows?

I've never used it myself, but I think things like Citrix and as you point
out, Terminal Server will do that. Again, though, those have a per-user
license.

-----Original Message-----
From: Jinu Mathew Joy [mailto:jjoy <at> novell.com]
Sent: Thursday, June 02, 2005 12:23 AM
To: JAldrich <at> covista.com; vnc-tight-list <at> lists.sourceforge.net;
mangoo <at> mch.one.pl
Subject: RE: multi user / concurrent VNC sessions on Windows?

When you say there are other pieces of software that do that.. 
are you talking of Terminal sever on windows or is there 
something else you know of..

-Jinu

>>> John Aldrich <JAldrich <at> covista.com> 06/02/05 1:54 AM >>>
As for Windows, AFAIK, it is not possible to use any flavor of VNC to
connect multiple users to separate "sessions" as it is on *nix. There
are
other pieces of software that will let you do this, besides the ones
you
mentioned, but they have the same problem you are complaining about
with the
per-client licensing.

-----Original Message-----
From: Tomasz Chmielewski [mailto:mangoo <at> mch.one.pl] 
Sent: Wednesday, June 01, 2005 4:01 PM
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