Question about Tridia VNC

Freddy Jensen jensen "at" adobe.com
Mon, 21 Jan 2002 18:19:32 +0000


I downloaded Tridia VNC to experiment with it 
and find out if I should replace our AT&T vnc
installations with Tridia.

One thing that I noticed was that the -help
output from vncserver, vncviewer, and Xvnc 
is identical between the AT&T version and
Tridia (except for one Xvnc option:  -lazytight).


Question:

 Does this mean that the tight compression in
 Tridia is completely transparent?

 There doesn't seem to be any options to configure
 it. Is that correct?

 I thought I saw a comments on this mailing list
 saying that you can adjust the compression, and
 even set it to be lossy to get higher performance.
 Is that correct?

 How about the -lazytight option? What exactly does 
 it do?

Thanks

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Freddy Jensen, Sr. Computer Scientist, Adobe Systems Incorporated
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Email: jensen "at" adobe.com, URL: http://www.adobe.com
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