Re: VNC/XDMCP in network:/// ?

I agree.  I'm fairly sure that Alex will reject this.  In fact,
there was something similar in the past regarding avahi.  

The problem is that we need to find some other way to show services
that aren't disk/file related.  Essentially, people want nautilus
to be a presentation manager (eg how it presents data to the user)
to borrow an OS/2 term. (at least I think it was OS/2 that called it that)

But we don't have that.  Ideas?  We should probably start a thread
somewhere to deal with this.  I don't think nautilus-list is the
best place for it.


On Wed, Apr 05, 2006 at 06:33:46PM +0200, J SC wrote:
> I recommend you Avahi discovery applet (service discovery applet)
> To start a remote session don't seems like a task for nautilus.
> 2006/4/5, Stephan Michels <stephan michels gmail com>:
> >
> > Hi,
> >
> > I saw the nice integration of avahi over gnome-vfs in nautlius
> >
> >
> > Now I ask myself if it is possible to make all computer available,
> > which have an open port for VNC or XDMCP. So, if you open the network
> > you can easily connect to other computers over VNC/XDMCP by opening
> > tsclient for example.
> >
> > Might be a little suggestion.
> >
> > Thank you for your attention, Stephan Michels.
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