PocketPC remote control KDE desktop

Patrick Nagel mail at patrick-nagel.net
Fri Jun 9 09:54:33 BST 2006

Look at x11vnc.

Am Freitag, 09. Juni 2006 06:06 schrieb WauloK:
> Hi.
> I have a PocketPC and am setting up a WiFi network at home.
> I want to vnc or rdp or something to my Mandriva linux server running KDE
> and take over the current screen (not start a new one) and remotely control
> it with my PocketPC device (preferably using a freeware client).
> Does anyone currently do this well? Do you have suggestions for me?
> I'm using my KDE box as a media centre and I want to be able to start
> movies/dvds/xvids etc but not have to get up and climb up on a chair to
> reach for the keyboard on top of my entertainment unit to launch things.
> TIA!

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