On Fri, 2006-01-27 at 21:42 -0800, Karsten Wade wrote:
It would be nice to offer contributors a VNC session to a Fedora
running on a remote server. It would make enforcing system norms and
screenshot standards easier if we could set the defaults and distribute
them as sessions.
FWIW, I rented a VNC-accessible Red Hat 8 desktop from Workspot a few
years ago. They dealt with the security issue by patching VNC to use
SSL, and most aspects of the service worked pretty well. The issue at
the time was latency - even on high-bandwidth connections it was
slightly too laggy to comfortably run applications on the remote
desktop. I haven't tried VNC across the Internet since then - current
software might perform much better.
The Workspot site is still there:
Fedora Documentation Project: http://fedora.redhat.com/projects/docs/
GPG key ID: 7098ABEA
GPG key fingerprint: 68B0 E291 FB19 C845 E60E 9569 292E E365 7098 ABEA