This is the VNC Server for MorphOS. The VNC Server allows remote access
to the computer. The current visible screen is displayed on the connected
clients, and clients can control the mouse, keyboard and clipboard.
VNC Server is freeware. VNC Server is Copyright © 2005-2010 Harry Sintonen and
Jacek Piszczek. VNC Server logo is Copyright © 2005-2010 André Siegel. All
Main features include:
- Upto 63 simultanous clients.
- MUI GUI with full keyboard control.
- Flexible access control list, with multiple passwords with different
settings. You can for example disable mouse, keyboard and clipboard
for users who don't know the password for full access. You can allow
or deny any IP/Mask.
- Realtime Settings: Change setting and the change takes action immediately.
Settings are saved automagically when VNC Server is quit.
- Extensive security features: By default will prompt local user to accept/
reject incoming connections. Also, only LAN connections are allowed by
- Logical view of connected clients, with possibility to disconnect (Kick)
or block and disconnect (Kickban) selected client or all connected
- Support for Remote FrameBuffer (RFB) protocol upto version 3.8.
- Clipboard support: You can copy text between server and client.
- DisplayBeep support: The client 'bell' event it sent when DisplayBeep
- Support for ZLib compression with conforming clients (MorphVNC and
TightVNC for example). Using ZLib enabled client is highly recommended.
- Support for framebuffer resize extension with conforming clients (RealVNC,
TightVNC and probably other modern clients).
- Support for screen swap: All screens are displayed properly (*).
- Support for local mouse pointer extension for faster client mouse pointer
- No slow full screen polling, but instead implements intelligent routines
to detect display changes. There is very little system load when display
- Fully asynchronous design with advanced state engine. There are no
blocking operations, so connected clients will continue to run normally
even if other clients attempt to connect or if settings are being
* Palette indexed screen support is not fully finished in current version:
Palette changes are not promoted to clients, and mouse pointer can appear
with weird colours. Clients that don't support framebuffer resize
extension will only display left-top part of the larger screens.
- MorphOS 2.0 or later
- MorphOS 1.4 or later (RC4)
- TCP/IP stack