Request: RealVNC no display mode
jnw "at" realvnc.com
Thu Sep 30 14:23:00 2004
Which version of VNC Server are you using? VNC 4 already includes some code
to reduce resource consumption in the case where no updates are ever
requested, but further optimisation is possible.
We have plans to release a hooking driver as an optional add-on for VNC
Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.
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> Subject: Request: RealVNC no display mode
> Hello folks,
> I'm exploring the possibility of a 'no display mode'
> connection option and would like to ask input from the
> developers on this.
> The reason for all of this. I use Win2VNC extensively to
> control my laptop, Win2VNC acts as a remote keyboard/mouse
> using the VNC server as an extension cord. Occasionally I
> want also to use the remote display functionality. I don't
> want to have different services running for this as it only
> takes up resources.
> However, due to my 2304x1024x24 desktop the VNC server eats
> 10 MB that I think is used as screenbuffer. As I'm short on
> memory in general I really could use that extra ten meg.
> Apart from this, any plans to implement mirror display
> drivers (or just usage of it) for Windows in the (near) future?
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