feature wish: FreeNX client as virtual Desktop

Gerhard den Hollander gdenhollander at fugro-jason.com
Mon Oct 31 13:26:27 GMT 2005

* Felix E. Klee <fk at linuxburg.de> (Mon, Oct 31, 2005 at 02:16:40PM +0100)
> On Mon, 31 Oct 2005 14:05:04 +0100, "Felix E. Klee" <fk at linuxburg.de>
> said:
> > It's simple, if your window manager is powerful enough (I use FVWM):
>                                                                 ^^^^
> I didn't notice that this is the KDE list (when I wrote the reply I

;) ..

KDE has a freeNX client build in (KNX) which also talks to the comercial

KDE can easily be configure to show windows without decorations in a
virtual desktop (rightclick title bar, configure window behaviour).

HOwver, since you mentioned fvwm,
how do you trick your NXserver/NXclient to use fvwm in stead of opening KDE
in the NXclient window ?

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