Linux framebuffer device exportable via some VNC server?
akira "at" sra.co.jp
Thu Jul 18 11:29:01 2002
On Thu, Jul 18, 2002 at 11:22:31AM +0200, Susanne Oberhauser wrote:
> but how can I use this to e.g. export the Linux console via vnc?
Linux console without X ? Then how about this one, announced last month.
] From: Bernd Krueger-Knauber <bkk "at" infratec-plus.de>
] Organization: infratec plus
] Date: Tue, 11 Jun 2002 11:02:40 +0200
] Hello VNC users!
] I'm proud to tell you that we have build a "hardware VNC server" called
] Praesidio 1010.
] What is it?
] It is an embedded PC with a framegrabber card inside and a card for
] emulating keyboard and mouse.
] All this parts were developed by us and it takes a long time to do this.
] That was the reason why we used the VNC protocol for our remote control.
] So we have not to develop any client software. Thanks to the VNC
] We also make use of the tight-extension (for slow modem connections).
] What can you do with it?
] You can connect it to any PC via VGA- and PS/2 cables and than you can
] remote control this PC without installing additional software.
] You can also use the PC local, because you can connect keyboard and
] mouse directly in our Praesidio.
] You can also remote watch your oscilloskope if it has a VGA connector.
] You can connect it as keyboard, mouse to a KVM-system and you can than
] control any PC.
] You can do many other things too.
] If you want, have a look at
] user: admin
] password: admin
] Than choose "remote" and start the Java-VNC-applet.
] Or use your VNC-Client directly and connect to
] If you have more questions about it please feel free to contact
] info "at" infratec-plus.de
] Best regards,
] infratec plus
Akira Hatakeyama E-Mail: akira "at" sra.co.jp
chigasaki-minami, tsuzuki ward, yokohama, japan