VNC versus Sunray
Mon Apr 28 12:42:01 2003
I've never heard of sun ray, but looking over the software spec on the site, it seems to be terminal emulation software, that allows
you to run applications just from a CRT as if it were a terminal "The Sun Ray 100 provides an all-in-one design by integrating Sun Ray
functionality with a 17-inch CRT display."
I'm sure, there are others on the list that will know more, but I think sun ray is more like terminal emulation, where as VNC is
software for controlling 1 desktop from another, like PC Anywhere, or Control IT, (only better)!
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lk.cvut.cz> Subject: VNC versus Sunray
Do you know SunRay technology from Sun Microsystems?
As I know, it works very similar as VNC client/server.
Is VNC protocol compatible with SunRay?
Do you plan to create VNC-Sunray gateway (proxy) ?
Thanks for your answers.
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