vncserver with Aqua gui

Michael Thon mike012012 at
Thu Sep 6 02:43:47 PDT 2007

On Sep 6, 2007, at 11:32 AM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:

> On Sep 6, 2007, at 02:54, Michael Thon wrote:
>> On Sep 6, 2007, at 3:14 AM, Anthony Michael Agelastos wrote:
>>> Why use Vine Server when Apple's Remote Desktop does the same  
>>> thing (is VNC) and is a feature of OS X Tiger? I use TightVNC to  
>>> connect to other Macs all of the time with this. If there are  
>>> features that Vine Server (formerly OSXvnc) has that ARD does  
>>> not, I would like to know what they are.
>>> What VNC client for Mac do you and/or others recommend? Based on  
>>> my experience, Chicken of the VNC appears to have stagnated, and  
>>> I have been using the Java version of TightVNC (good performance,  
>>> reasonable UI) and, aside from invoking it via, am  
>>> pleased with it.
>> I enabled Apple Remote Desktop on this machine and it seems to  
>> work fine except that it does not seem to allow multiple  
>> simultaneous users to log in graphically.
>> cheers
> I thought Apple Remote Desktop cost money?
The client costs money.  The sever can be activated in the System  

> I've used Vine Server (MacPorts port: osxvnc) and Chicken of the  
> VNC (MacPorts port: cotvnc) for years.

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