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tblumer
I have posted an update to the fbvncserver on our website: http://sdgsystems.com/downloads (version 0.9.6). The updated VNC server includes the "VNC Launch" application that allows you to set rotation (e.g. when your SL-6000 is rotated CCW, select that you want the VNC server to rotate CW to compensate - you'll now see the image 640x480 instead of 480x640). VNC Launch also allows you to kill the server. It is also compiled against libvncserver 0.7.
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xjqian
works perfectly, thanks.
offroadgeek
I'm using the updated fbvncserver and it displays perfectly (connecting from my xp work laptop to my 6000l, I just can't seem to figure out how to get mouse or keyboard to work with it. Basically it displays perfectly, but nothing else seems to be functional.

Any suggestions? Am I missing an ipk?
cvmiller
QUOTE(offroadgeek @ Sep 20 2005, 07:35 AM)
I'm using the updated fbvncserver and it displays perfectly (connecting from my xp work laptop to my 6000l, I just can't seem to figure out how to get mouse or keyboard to work with it.  Basically it displays perfectly, but nothing else seems to be functional.

Any suggestions?  Am I missing an ipk?
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Hmm, perhaps it is your client? I removed the older 0.9.5 fbvncserver, and installed the new on (0.9.7 for the SL-6000). I didn't follow their directions. I didn't restart, or anything (other than killing the old vnc server). I did tap on the new icon "VNC Server Launch" where I was presented with some start up options (I chose rotate). I didn't choose a password.

I was able to connect from my Mandrake based (new Powerbook!) using tightvnc client with no problem.

I did notice that the "F8" pop up which allows one to share the clipboards between the two machines doesn't actually transfer the clipboard. I suppose this is an improvement, since the older vnc server didn't even pop up the clipboard menu.

Perhaps you can try a different vnc client (perhaps boot Knoppix CD and try that just to narrow down where the problem lies).

I hope this helps,

Craig...
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