svgalib port of vncviewer

Nick Silberstein nick "at" tpd.com
Thu, 05 Mar 1998 18:45:41 +0000


At 04:09 PM 3/5/98 +0000, you wrote:
>For a dedicated thin client I'd pick FreeDOS, something like WATTCP for
>the protocol tcp layer (its crap but it works). WATTCP also runs over the
>Crynwr packet drivers which means just about any ethernet card (especially
>the 8bit prehistory found in XT's) is covered.

Another alternative may be Phil Karn's KA9Q.  I used this five/six years
ago in 
combination w/ Crynwyr packet drivers and it was always very stable.

More info on KA9Q can be found at http://people.qualcomm.com/karn/tcpip.html

However, I like the idea of a dedicated thin client based on Linux better
(Hey, we
all have our prejudices :-).

Cheers,
Nick

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