Today I found a very usefull piece of software – TightVNC Viewer/Server. The main problem is that the new 2.0.2 version is designed only to work under Windows, but we – Linux users – has an option which is Wine. The installation under Linux (CentOS 5.5) is very simple and goes like this:
|1. TightVNC Welcome screen||2. TightVNC License Agreement|
|3. Here wew have to choose which components we want to install.
(Under Linux I only choosed TightVNC Viewer, but under
Windows I choosed both options)
|4. Now we have to choose the installation path
(I choosed the default path)
|5. Here we have to choose the Start Menu Folder||6. Here we have to choose some additional task
(Under Windows I checked both options but under Linux
I only checked “File associations”)
|7. TightVNC Setup Installation Complete||8. TightVNC Setup Complete|
|9. TightVNC – New TightVNC Connection||10.TightVNC under Linux (CentOS 5.5 and Wine)|
After those few minutes the installation is complete, and as I showed on the last picture the program works fine, and I have successfully connect to host working under Windows and Linux.