Re: Next On The Checklist - VNC
Thus spake Nunya (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> On Sun, Dec 14, 2003 at 11:29:59AM -0800, Deryk Barker wrote:
> > True, but there is no preservation of the session. The original
> > developers of VNC (Olivetti UK) wanted this feature so that people
> > could disconnect their viewer at work, go home, reconnect and be
> > exactly where they had left off.
> Question: there is no way to disconnect an X Server from an X Client,
> and later attach to a different one later? that'd be a neat trick
Not sure I quite understand your question. If you mean can you
disconnect the server from its client, while not using the client (via
a kill signal for instance) then I can find no way.
OTOH all the client has to do is shut down, the disconnection occurs
and the server patiently waits for a reconnect.
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