Discussion in 'Accessories' started by dillon2011, Oct 25, 2007.
I heard this from my friends at school I wanted to know if this could be down?
i do not realy know but i tried it with Ultra VNC because you can access your remote desktop with your browser but the iPod touch didn't support Java in Safari Please Register or Log in to view images
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it might work with VCnsea maybe
i tried this too but i think i am to stupid for this Please Register or Log in to view images
i understand VNcnsea that this is just the server wich runns on the touch and you can access the touch...
the VCnsea didn't work with Ultra VNC Server on Windows together.
It does work
(ultra vnc server on the desktop and vnsea on the touch)
it's not very handy though, the touch displays a small part of the desktop, you can move the screen using two fingers. Double clicking (taping) is possible, but right click... I haven't figured it out. It's a bit slow anyway.
RDM+ can do that
None of those solutions are great for now, i'm just waiting for a better way!
TightVNC is supposed to work but I couldn't get anything other than a white screen with a link to the TightVNC website.
this works ok... slow but pretty easy. u have to read the posts below the download to get the missing driver Please Register or Log in to view images
you have to pay for the full version, but this is nice for mac.
rdmplus.com its ok I'd get a better one but this is good
Vnsea and realvnc work well for me. Just to add a torresnt when you aren't at home, or whatever
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