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Anonymous
When I was lurking earlier that I 'thought' there was a RDP client for Zaurus that can connect to Windoze terminal services/RDP?

If true does anyone have any info/experience?

Also if true does it work with OZ or is it specific to a certain ROM?

Thanks,
Robert
aig
I use qtrdesktop on OZ 3.3.6 using the compat libs: http://www.killefiz.de/zaurus/showdetail.php?app=1146. I actually use the IPK from http://os.american-data.com/rdesktop/ports...ts/qterdesktop/ , which is called qterdesktop as opposed to qtrdesktop. Not sure what the major difference is, but it seems to run a little faster than the one directly referenced from the ZSI. Both IPKs are hosted on the same server however.

~AIG
Anonymous
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I use qtrdesktop on OZ 3.3.6 using the compat libs: http://www.killefiz.de/zaurus/showdetail.php?app=1146. I actually use the IPK from http://os.american-data.com/rdesktop/ports...ts/qterdesktop/ , which is called qterdesktop as opposed to qtrdesktop. Not sure what the major difference is, but it seems to run a little faster than the one directly referenced from the ZSI. Both IPKs are hosted on the same server however.

~AIG


Thanks for the link!!!

Do I need to install openssl & qpe-terminal to get qtrdesktop to work? I've tried only installing desktop & doesn't work.

Robert
lardman
Which ROM are you running?

For me, with OZ3.3.6pre1, I don't need qpe-terminal in any case as I already have a terminal, if you already have a terminal you'll be fine without it.

I tried qtrdesktop & openssl but it wouldn't work (it runs, but nothing happens), so I moved to opie-rdesktop which works fine. If you're using OZ I'd go this route. Otherwise, yes, you will need to install openssl.


Si
gizard
Will this work with the Cacko 1.2.1 rom ?
Anonymous
Lardman,

Yups I'm using, or should I say trying to use, OZ 3.3.6pre1 on my 5500. I didn't know about the opie-rdesktop - I'm gonna look for the IPK on killefiz.

Thanks,
Robert
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