VNsea 0.5 released!

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  1. 1337chaos

    1337chaos Well-Known Member

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    VNsea 0.5 has been released! it now supports keyboard entry, and it even supports tilting the ipod to get landscape mode! it has zooming support as well its like 100x better than 0.4 DOWNLOAD IT!
  2. Recon

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    I'd love to be able to try this, but as with everything puter you have to be a f***ing genius to understand how it works!
    Even the developers site dosent explain anything on how to get it to work!

    I've been Google'ing like a bastard to find anything that explains it in GOOD OLD ENGLISH!!!!!!
  3. 1337chaos

    1337chaos Well-Known Member

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    well i'll help you outif you want. lemme know what you're having problems with.
  4. Jackinabow

    Jackinabow New Member

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    awsome update!!!
  5. phroztbyt3

    phroztbyt3 New Member

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    what does the new update do.. im in school so dont have time
  6. zzang82

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    OK.. I already asked couple people in this forum about using VNSea and VNC.

    I am using it and it's fabulous.

    But it only works if both of them are in same router.

    is there any way that i can get on my computer from school through my ipod?

    PLEASE help me :'(

    bc that will be AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  7. rokrboy

    rokrboy Retired Moderator

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    I dont use this (though I should try it) . But my friend said that it works through any wi fi. I can be sure that that is right though.
  8. ydoucare

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    Anyone tried this with a TightVNC server?

    It runs like ass for me, connected to a TighVNC 1.3.9 server. Commands and screen updates lag by at least 10 - 15 seconds. Network performance is fine with everything else.

    Might try RealVNC

    And yes, you can control a machine over the internet, as long as the port is open and mapped to the correct machine.
  9. zzang82

    zzang82 New Member

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    my home computer is connected through linksys router.
    so it's just typical ip address 192.168.x.x

    i mean doesn't everybody usully have that kind of ip address?
    as you said the port is opened... i guess?
    main was 5900 and http was 5800 and i changed them to different numbers and as well as vnsea.

    either way it doesn't work,

    as i said earlier I can connect as long as i'm in same router.

    (I have two different internet connections at home.

    and if i use school one or apartment one. I can't connect to my computer.

    can somebody help me?




    oh btw i was using RealVNC and i erased it and now i'm using ultraVNC.
  10. ydoucare

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    First off, if you're trying to connect to a machine over the internet, you need the PUBLIC (WAN) IP address of the router, not the internal IP of the machine. You can either find this in your router, or go to a site like whatismyip.com. 192.168.x.x is an internal IP address and can only be seen within the private network.

    You then have to open the ports in the router's firewall (if needed) and then forward them to the machine (using the machine's internal IP) that is running the VNC server. Most routers have a port forwarding section in the admin control panel where you can do this.

    Again, 192.168.x.x is not a public routable IP. Your public IP is the IP address assigned to your Cable/DSL modem (which is passed onto your router), or whatever internet service you have.

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