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Re: nt dialin to Linux w/ callback

> On Tue, Feb 15, 2000 at 09:07:42PM -0600, cloudmaster wrote:        
> >                                                                   
> > Jeff Licquia wrote:                                               
> > > Performance is a little slow, but not too bad.  The bgr233 mode 
> > > color depth to 8, so your color rendering is going to suck.     
> >                                                                   
> > Why not just run "vncserver -depth 8 :1" instead of specifying    
> > Is there a performance advantage I wasn't aware of?  It might also
> > performance to stick a "-geometry 800x600" in there too, rather   
> > using the default 1024x768.                                       
> It's been my experience that it doesn't work reliably.  I've        
> the color depth before and had it come up in 16-bit color; needless 
> say, that really sucks bandwidth.                                   
I've had no problems, but then, I usually use 16 biit color.          
> The bgr233 mode does some other things too, like half-way decent    
> dithering.                                                          
It uses the ame algorithm as the java client, which I though looked   
Are you using the most current version? :)                            
> The same is true with the geometry line.  On Linux, this isn't such 
> problem, since you can specify a geometry on the vncserver command  
> line and get what you want that way.  For 9x/NT, however, you're    
> pretty much stuck with whatever your screen is set at.              
The new viewer can "scale" - but since you're on the client side that 
doesn't help your bandwidth problem.  Then, since the question was    
regarding exporting linux (or X) to an arbitrary machine...           
--Dany, who should just get a bigger pip                              

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