Syntax for running java viewer standalone under Windows?
Shaun.Brachmann "at" kohler.com
Tue Sep 14 14:32:01 2004
Perhaps I was not clear in my first post.
It is possible to run the java vncviewer outside of a web browser. I was
wondering where I should place the vncviewer.jar file for easy access, as it
does not exist in the normal \program files\realvnc directory structure.
Also, is it possible to execute the java vncviewer (outside of a web
browser) and give it a parameter such as "-listen"?
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Subject: Re: Syntax for running java viewer standalone under Windows?
I don't think there is a difference between Sun and MS JAVA as far as
RealVNC goes. But I have only used it with the Sun Java client downloaded
from Sun's website, on Win2k sytems.
As for the "standalone" mode, I'm not sure what you mean. Perhaps you are a
referring to "User Mode" as opposed to "Service Mode". In Service mode
RealVNC loads as a service and thus is a available even before the machine
is logged onto by a user. In User mode, RealVNC does not launch until a
user clicks on the RealVNC application or a shortcut is put in the Registry
RUN section or Programs \ Start Up section.
Brachmann Shaun <Shaun.Brachmann "at" kohler.com> wrote:
I haven't been able to find the answer to this one. Where should the
vncviewer.zip or .jar files be placed and what is the syntax for invoking
it? Is there a big difference if using MS Java instead of SUN Java?
Also, is it possible to launch it in "listen mode"?
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