Tony Godshall wrote:
Yes, it does. (with the 1.5.0 libraries)According to Terje Andersen,Tony Godshall wrote:Anyhow, if the laptop is to be on a network, you might consider running all your apps on a nearby host and using the laptop as a terminal... the lightest way to do it would be to use the kernel frame buffer device and fbvnc on the laptop (and realvncserver or tightvncserver on the nearby host).Just a tip; instead of VNC based GUI Terminal, try FreeNX (http://freenx.berlios.de). If you have a network connection with speeds=56Kbps, then you can work remotely, but with a near local speedexperience...!Thanks. Does it let you disconnect and reconnect to a running session like VNC does?
Done.I'd suggest you provide the tip too to the person who asked the question. TG