realVNC on Linux
cbeerse "at" lycos.nl
Mon Jun 21 12:46:41 2004
Nguyen, Hien T wrote:
> It seemed that when you connect to a linux vnc server. The viewer only
> update the screen when there is mouse movement. Other than that, the screen
> just doesn't update. Is there a way to have it so that the linux vnc server
> constantly update the screen without having to detect mouse movement??? -HNT
The unix-based vncserver does only update the actual updates in the screen. This
in contrary to the M$Windows based server, which polls the screen or parts of it.
The vncviewer can request an update as it does on startup. Hit <F8> and select
RefreshScreen if needed.
If you feel it as an error, best to send it as such
> -----Original Message----- From: Corni Beerse [mailto:cbeerse "at" lycos.nl] Sent:
> Friday, June 18, 2004 8:36 AM To: Nguyen, Hien T Cc: vnc-list "at" realvnc.com
> Subject: Re: realVNC on Linux
> Nguyen, Hien T wrote:
>> I have a question about the realVNC version for redhat linux. I am trying
>> to have the linux vnc server to update continuously. For some reason, I
>> cannot seemed to use vncconfig to do this. Basically I have an animated
>> clip that I want to be able to view from a window box to this linux box
>> through vnc. But the vncserver for linux does not seemed to have a option
>> for this. Can anyone tell me where I could find information regarding
>> frame updates in linux?
> I think your player for the clip does need some X11 extention (think
> acceleration) which is not available in Xvnc.
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