A VNC Client that works.
It's no secret that I'm not a command line guy. I can make my way through the ocassional cut and paste set of command line instructions, and can even ocassionally come up with a very basic command for doing simple things like sending an email or pulling just the *.png files out of a directory and putting them in a new one. But the facts is this: I'd rather GUI than CLI.
So, I'm a big fan of Putty and VNC. Sorry. That's just life. I use Putty becuase it's the easiet way to set up a Secure Tunnel to the machine I want to VNC with, and I use VNC because it's the the most cross platformy of the remote desktop protocols.
But, so far, I don't really prefer any of the clients. Until today.
Cheers to Chicken of the VNC, the OSX VNC client with the best name ever. Also, it works.
Unlike the Tight-VNC client, which I use on my Linux and Windows computers, Chicken of the VNC acutally allows me to log out of my remote session and doesn't break.
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