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Re: [Xnee-devel] xnee and VNC

From: Henrik Sandklef
Subject: Re: [Xnee-devel] xnee and VNC
Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2005 10:49:57 +0100 (CET)
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> First of all, thanks to all the devlopers for working on something
> like xnee. Its definitely a very useful tool to have around.

> That said, I was going through the manual on getting VNC to work with
> Xnee. I am using FedoraCore 2 and (i believe) it has RealVNC. the file
> vnc.def has no BuildRECORD entries. However, running xdpyinfo in an
> xterm in the vncserver shows RECORD and XTEST extensions loaded. Does
> this mean that VNC should Just Work?
 Yes. It should work! And considering your next email this is also true in
the real world.

> If yes, would you like a patch to the documentation?

To say what?

 Xnee should work with every X11 compliant system. If VNC is compliant I
see no reason to consider this different than for example x.org, or?

 What I mean is that it takes too much energy to bring up a list of
compliant systems. Furthermore I think that such a list is "dangerous"
since a user not finding his system in the list will (perhaps) think that
Xnee does not work on the system!

> Thanks,
> Niraj
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