Randy Groves randy.groves at boeing.com
Wed Oct 6 10:33:01 CDT 2004

Thanks - but it's the client (read viewer) that I'm trying to start.  I 
realize that if I want to serve up a Windows screen, I'll either have to 
wait or hack the code.


At 06:35 PM 10/5/2004, Douglas Kosovic wrote:
>Hi Randy,
>>OK - feel free to slap me upside the head if I've missed something, but I 
>>don't see how one is supposed to fire up the VenueVNC application.  It 
>>registers just fine, but since it is marked 'startable = 0' it doesn't 
>>show up in the list of applications that can be added.  I don't see it in 
>>the Windows Start menu anywhere (is it supposed to be there?).  I'm 
>>guessing it's not intended to be run from a command window, as I've so 
>>far not been able to fire it up there either (errrors, etc.).  The readme 
>>doesn't help.
>VenueVNC isn't one application, it's two, a client and a server.
>The README file in CVS says:
>  There is no Windows VenueVNC server at this time.
>So the VenueVNC server needs to be started on the Linux command-line.

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