Upgrade -- VNC to TightVNC
Ronald W. Heiby
heiby_vnc "at" falkor.chi.il.us
Fri Aug 9 23:06:00 2002
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I have installed VNC "Classic" (3.3.3r2) onto several machines. I have
a few Linux servers. I have a few Windows (98, ME, and 2000) servers.
I have also installed the corresponding clients, though I believe that
only the Windows version clients are in any sort of active use.
Now, I've found out about TightVNC. Looks cool. Looks like it
addresses some of the things that have been annoying us.
My question is this. Do I need to have a "flag day" where I replace
*all* of the VNC "Classic" servers and clients with TightVNC servers
and clients. Or, can I replace them in any order I want at any time I
want. Or, must I replace all of the servers first, then all of the
clients. Or, must I replace all of the clients first, then all of the
servers. Or, ????
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