x2vnc is an implementation of the VNC RFB protocol designed to control a machine running a VNC server in a dual-monitor situation. Its effect is to make the controlled machine's display function as if attached to the controlling machine, allowing the use of just one set of input devices on two or more machines.
Release Notes: A couple of major bugs in the DGA code were fixed.
Release Notes: The program now reconnects automatically. A new input capture method was added, which handles odd screen sizes better. The -tunnel and -via options were added for automatic SSH tunneling. Further fixes were made for cut'n'paste, so it should now work with Java and on 64-bit platforms. Randr support allows x2vnc to detect when the screen is rotated.
Release Notes: A patch that fixed cut and paste for Java (and other) applications was included and a bug in -navhack was fixed.
Release Notes: Some patches from Grant McDorman were added to allow proper cut'n'paste between x2vnc and Konsole or gnome-terminal. $DESTDIR is honored to make packaging easier. A workaround was added to make cut'n'paste work better with old VNC servers. Since all new VNC servers already support wheel emulation themseleves, x2vnc doesn't translate wheel events to arrow up/down anymore unless -wheelhack is specified. The -navhack option was added, which is similar to -wheelhack, except it translates button 6 and 7 to Alt+Left/Right. The -debug option was added to debug key events. "-edgewidth 0" may be used to turn off edge-flipping.
Release Notes: This version now traps grabkey errors. Xinerama support allows x2vnc to work sanely on multi-head X displays. If stdin is not a TTY, it now reads password with gets() instead of getpass(). This allows scripts to feed in the password. New arguments -noblank and -lockdelay allow users to keep screen savers from activating while using their computers.