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15 VNC based Remote Desktop tools for Linux

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In this article, we’ve come across 15 VNC based Remote Desktop solutions for Linux. It can be used to connect to any VNC server whether it’s on Linux or Windows platforms.

1. MultiVNC – a cross-platform, Multicast-enabled VNC viewer. Features include support for most encodings, ZeroConf service discovery, a seamless edge control mode á la x2vnc, and most prominently, experimental support for VNC via multicast.

2. jOpenRay – project aiming to improve the experience of thin client administrators and users. It deploys in a few minutes, and all you need is Java. It works on Windows, MacOS, Linux, and Solaris. It provides a user friendly interface and tools. It displays Windows XP, Windows Server, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 desktops via the RDP protocol. It displays MacOS, Linux, and Solaris OS desktops via VNC/RFB.

3. noVNC –




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