for windows rdp client, I use rdesktop and no complaint.DemoDoG wrote:Has anyone got xrdp to work good on FreeBSD? Are there any good alternatives? This is my case:
I have a computer at work from which I can connect to anything outside (SSH/remote desktop etc).
But I canÂ´t install anything on it.
So I can remote desktop to my home windows xp computer. I would like to be able to remote desktop from it directly to my freeBSD computer at home.
ItÂ´s seems xrdp is a remote desktop server for unix so it should work like I want
SirDice wrote:I use tsclient, which is a gnome/gtk front-end for rdesktop. Works pretty good. But it's the wrong way around for you
For taking over my freebsd desktop from work I use either vino (remote desktop feature of gnome) or tightvnc. Both use the vnc protocol, so you can use a vncviewer on windows. Tightvnc has windows executables, you don't need to install them, just the vncviewer exe will do fine.
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