Re: (N)X2Go - LowBandwith sessions for takeaway incl. sound
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On Tue, Feb 12, 2008 at 08:10:02PM +0100, RalfGesellensetter wrote:
>during Linuxtag 2007 in Berlin, I attended a presentation of X2Go. I
>reported earlier here about this solution that was deviced for a
>community using Thin clients with LTSP. Officers can take home their
>open X session on a USB dongle - in a secure partition they store some
>key that enables resumption of a running (N)X session. As I learned,
>everything is included (even LDAP authentification), and there is deep
>interest in cooperation with Debian-Edu.
Sounds nice. But a quick look seems to indicate that it is based on NX.
What is the status of NX? Isn't that still too non-free for Debian?
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