[LAU] Uniting Windows and Linux audio worlds.

Brett McCoy idragosani at gmail.com
Tue Nov 8 11:25:41 UTC 2011

On Tue, Nov 8, 2011 at 2:56 AM, Bengt Gördén <bengan at bag.org> wrote:
> tisdagen den 8 november 2011 03.35.37 skrev  Brett McCoy:
>> Now here's the cool part: on the Windows box, I run VNC server. On the
>> Linux side, I use a utility called x2vnc. I start x2vnc up and connect
>> to the VNC server on Windows and voila! It's like having a twin
>> monitor setup, I can easily move the mouse between monitors now, and
>> the keyboard follows the mouse, no KVM needed (I have the keyboard &
>> mouse going into a KVM switch, actually, but that's only for
>> emergencies).
> If you just want keyboard and mouse working on two or more boxes. I use
> (several computers but for other reasons than making music) synergy on windows
> and Linux. It's lightweitght but needs a working network.
> http://synergy-foss.org/

Yeah, basically the same kind of thing, although synergy looks slicker
(I mean that in a good way)

Brett W. McCoy -- http://www.electricminstrel.com
"In the rhythm of music a secret is hidden; If I were to divulge it,
it would overturn the world."
    -- Jelaleddin Rumi

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