TridiaVNC pre-release 1.3.2 now available (truetype fonts and -interface)

W. Brian Blevins brian.blevins "at" tridia.com
Thu, 16 Nov 2000 21:41:06 +0000


Tridia is proud to announce the availability of TridiaVNC 1.3.2.
Links for obtaining the source and binaries follow the list of
updates and enhancements.


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********************* TridiaVNC Version 1.3.2 ********************
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[LINUX INTEL, AIX, HPUX, SOLARIS] 15-Nov-2000: Unix Updates
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- Added Tim Waugh's "-interface ifaddr" command line option to the
  Xvnc server to specify the interface on which the server should
  listen for RFB connections.  Note that X connections are still
  accepted from all interfaces.
- Added TrueType font support to the Xvnc server from the xfsft
  project.  Providing a new tool called "mkfontdir" to help build
  font directories containing TrueType font files.  Added
  fonts.scale and encodings files to distribution to aid in the
  preparation of font directories.
- Integrated all AT&T 3.3.3r2 updates.  Provides "vncconnect"
  tool to send a display from the unix server.
- Fixed core dump in hextile and zlibhex on RISC systems when
  a 32 bit (or 16 bit) connection is requested.


To obtain the latest source code, visit the Developer's web site:

http://www.developvnc.org/

Installable binaries for this version are available to TridiaVNC
Supportal members at:

http://www.tridiavnc.com/
Support Center
    Subscriber Support
        Enhancements
            Download Pre-release Version




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Brian 
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