[Beowulf] OT, X11 editor which works well for very remote systems?

John Hearns hearnsj at googlemail.com
Thu Jun 7 00:29:50 PDT 2018

Tony, not to be rude but not really.
Teradici is more than thin terminals. They apply smart compression, which I
am told compresses textual parts of the screen differently to graphics.
They also have 'buidl to lossless' for slower links - so if you rotate a
model it is blurry then sharpens up to lossless when you stop rotating.

On 7 June 2018 at 09:27, Tony Brian Albers <tba at kb.dk> wrote:

> > Teradici PCOIP - I used the hardware version of PCOIP with cards in
> > workstations and zero (thin) clients on desks.
> > Works great. Completely transparent to users. If you are working in a
> > secure environment then you should really, really look at this.
> > I had one customer who was working at a UK secure site. He had a cluster
> > room, and a small room next door with Windows PCs.
> > He would have to walk over to work on the PCs as they were not connected
> > to his office network.
> > First time I visited the site I recommended Teradici and they were a
> > great success - the card/terminals have options for fibre connections
> > which are again used on many secure sites.
> >
> >
> >
> Back in the day (late 90's) that technology was known as SunRay Terminals
> ;)
> --
> Tony Albers
> Systems administrator, IT-development
> Royal Danish Library, Victor Albecks Vej 1, 8000 Aarhus C, Denmark.
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