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Xcerdisp

Xcerdisp is an X Windows equivalent of Microsoft's Remote Display Control powertoy. It listens for connections from the Windows CE cerdisp client on your PocketPC, and lets you see and control your handheld via X. It may be necessary to use the SynCE tools to get your handheld connected to the network.

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  •  08 Oct 2006 15:26

    Release Notes: This release adds support for 8-bit palette devices and a new screenshot feature.

    •  05 Aug 2002 12:12

      Release Notes: Support for 4bpp displays was added, and was tested on iPAQ H3135. The -scale option may now be used to make the window bigger. A bug which prevented keyboard focus from being gained under some window managers was fixed. A better protocol decoder engine and better error handling were implemented.

      •  24 Apr 2002 13:13

        Release Notes: Cleanups were made, and window scaling support was added.

        •  01 Nov 2001 03:22

          Release Notes: Key input is now complete, and there are less problems with 24bpp displays.

          •  31 Oct 2001 09:08

            Release Notes: Mouse (but not keyboard) input support was added. Works on all sort of X displays though colors are still awful on 8bpp. Documentation and resources were improved.

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