[kde-linux] One keyboard, multiple Linux/Windows machines.

Erbureth Erbureth at seznam.cz
Wed Sep 3 14:36:21 UTC 2008

Well, I have tried Krdc to see, if I can find some workaround, but only thing avalible
is using the "send special key" button, which you are probably trying to avoid. 

As for the documentation, there is some in KDE Help Center, so i would recommend
searching in there.

And there are always other options, such as using other VNC client for Linux, I think, 
there is even the native one.


------------ Původní zpráva ------------
Od: Óscar Fuentes <ofv at wanadoo.es>
Předmět: Re: [kde-linux] One keyboard, multiple Linux/Windows machines.
Datum: 02.9.2008 15:31:37
Erbureth <Erbureth at seznam.cz> writes:

> I would recommend you using simple VNC server on Windows machines
> which you can connect to using default component of KDE, Krdc, which
> is, as far as I know, compatibile with VNC protocol.

Using a VNC client on KDE looks good, but has Krdc a mode for handling
all key presses? (such as Alt-Tab and others that, in ordinary
circunstances, are intercepted by KDE).

Is there documentation for Krdc? A Google search was unsuccessful.

Thanks for the idea, Erbureth.

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