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tightvnc-1.3.10-6 RPM for x86_64

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Name: tightvnc Distribution: Mandriva Linux
Version: 1.3.10 Vendor: Mandriva
Release: 6 Build date: Thu Oct 20 05:15:41 2011
Group: Networking/Remote access Build host:
Size: 131537 Source RPM: tightvnc-1.3.10-6.src.rpm
Packager: Matthew Dawkins <>
Summary: Viewer for the VNC remote display system
VNC allows you to access to a remote graphical display through the network.

The enhanced version of VNC, called TightVNC (grown from the  VNC  Tight
Encoder  project), is  optimized  to  work  over  slow   network
connections such as low-speed modem links. While  original  VNC  may  be
very slow when your connection is not fast enough, with TightVNC you can
work  remotely  almost  in  real  time  in  most  environments.  Besides
bandwidth optimizations, TightVNC also includes many other improvements,
optimizations and  bugfixes  over  VNC.  Note  that  TightVNC  is  free,
cross-platform and compatible with the standard VNC.






* Thu Oct 20 2011 Matthew Dawkins <> 1.3.10-6
  + Revision: 705460
  - rebuild
    + Paulo Ricardo Zanoni <>
      - Remove deprecated Encoding key from desktop file
* Wed Dec 29 2010 Paulo Ricardo Zanoni <> 1.3.10-5mdv2011.0
  + Revision: 626024
  - Add patch to change java source path
    Compilation is failing with current values
  - Fix -java file paths (so you don't get empty dirs after removing the package)
  - Conflict with tigervnc-java
  - Try to ressurrect this package
  - Change the placement of the sections inside the spec to make it look like the
    other vnc packages.
  - Change the descriptions and summaries to make it look like the other vnc
  - Other small changes part of the "vnc spec file standardization"
  - Fix URL links
  - Ressurrect tightvnc-server. Do not attempt to use a Xvnc based on a newer
    Xorg: use the one provided by tightvnc. If you need Xvnc based on a newer
    Xorg, use tigervnc-server or other package. People installing tightvnc-server
    should expect the Xvnc package provided the tightvnc, not some other.
  - Remove "doc" package since its source is not part of the official tightvnc
    source and it can't be found in the original location mentioned inside the
    spec file. If we ever add it back, we should add it in a different package and
    then remove our "Obsoletes" tag.
  - Move old undocumented patches to old-patches
  - Add patches that are essential to make server and clients work
  - Require vnc-server-common instead of providing our own initscripts and
    sysconfig file
  - Move the desktop file to a real file (instead of writing it inside the spec).
    Also make it look similar to other vnc's desktop files.
  - Use "vncinstall" instead of manually installing the files
* Wed Dec 01 2010 Paulo Ricardo Zanoni <> 1.3.10-4mdv2011.0
  + Revision: 604501
  - Remove useless BR
  - Remove useless white spaces
* Sun Jan 10 2010 Oden Eriksson <> 1.3.10-3mdv2010.1
  + Revision: 488805
  - rebuilt against libjpeg v8
* Sat Aug 15 2009 Oden Eriksson <> 1.3.10-2mdv2010.0
  + Revision: 416533
  - rebuilt against libjpeg v7
* Sun May 03 2009 Funda Wang <> 1.3.10-1mdv2010.0
  + Revision: 370989
  - New version 1.3.10
* Sat Mar 28 2009 Funda Wang <> 1.3.9-19mdv2009.1
  + Revision: 361912
  - BR libxp
* Tue Feb 03 2009 Guillaume Rousse <> 1.3.9-18mdv2009.1
  + Revision: 337183
  - keep bash completion in its own package
* Thu Jan 29 2009 Ander Conselvan de Oliveira <> 1.3.9-17mdv2009.1
  + Revision: 335249
  - Do not pass -co (colorPath) option to Xvnc. It was removed on 1.6.
  - Rediff patches to apply with fuzz=0
  - Fix for -Werror=format-security



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