New to VNC.

Grant McDorman grant.mcdorman "at" cedara.com
Thu, 21 Mar 2002 16:44:27 +0000


<shameless plug>
You could also use vncsnapshot <vncsnapshot.sourceforge.net> to take
periodic snapshots of the VNC server and upload that.
</shameless plug>.

Of course, there are other applications that can be used to get screen grabs
from the command line.

A continuously updating display is much harder, though; as other people have
commented, you really need to use a streaming protocol for that.

According to Trunktracker:
> Okay, well thanks for yur help.  Perhaps I'll just set up a web cam.
>
> Ben Everett.
> trnktrkr "at" tampabay.rr.com

--

Grant McDorman <grant.mcdorman "at" cedara.com>, Sr. Software Design Consultant
Cedara Software Corp.  <URL:http://www.cedara.com>
  (formerly I.S.G. Technologies Inc.)
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

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