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    Quote Originally Posted by EtchedPixels View Post
    [...] Your scheme sounds rather close to VNC.
    That's a really good observation. Are there any open source VNC implementations out there that could be hacked upon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by legalize View Post
    That's a really good observation. Are there any open source VNC implementations out there that could be hacked upon?
    https://github.com/TigerVNC/tigervnc

    which is driving me nuts right now because I can't get it to work between a Fedora 30 box running MATE and OS X

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    Quote Originally Posted by legalize View Post
    Are there any open source VNC implementations out there that could be hacked upon?
    The protocol itself is dead simple, so it might be just fine to start from scratch.

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    The original VNC was licensed under the GNU license, which of course means any direct derivative also is.

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    Sun's OEM partners produced Wi-Fi notebook versions of Sun Ray:

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    Jasper 320 - Sun Ray 2 notebook produced by Naturetech
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    UltraSlim - Sun Ray 2 variant produced by Arima
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClassicHasClass View Post
    Today's arrival: a Sun Ray 2-compatible Tadpole M1400
    There some on eBay dot com. Priced around 100-150 USD + S/H. Brand new.

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