jeff.sadowski at gmail.com
Tue Feb 24 10:50:27 PST 2015
On Tue, Feb 24, 2015 at 11:34 AM, Hardening <rdp.effort at gmail.com> wrote:
> Le 24/02/2015 17:05, Jeff Sadowski a écrit :
>> I wanted to try out the Gnome Desktop on Wayland under Fedora 21
>> 2 things I am missing out on is a x11vnc replacement and an xdotool replacement.
>> rdp-backend may be able to replace x11vnc?
>> I am trying to use the rdp-backend with my displayed desktop on my HDMI output.
>> Is this possible?
> The RDP compositor is headless, so it doesn't care of real hardware,
> it's not the equivalent of x11vnc.
Can I run two backends for the same Desktop or use rdp-backend as a
module? Maybe rdp-backend as a backend and use another backend/module
to display to my hdmi?
I only need an equivalent to x11vnc to the point of being able to
remotely see and control what is seen on screen I don't care if it
uses rdp protocol vs vnc that doesn't matter to me.
>> Could I set this up in my ~/.config/weston.ini
>> (Is this file used with all Desktops under Wayland Or do I use a
>> different file for Gnome on Wayland?)
>> ~/.config/weston.ini looks like so
>> <-- End
> I can't help on that part, sorry.
>> How do I set the username password?
>> Will it know to use the username/password for the logged in user(Preferable)?
> Right now no authentication mecanism are implemented, and most probably
> you would want a greeter is no login / password are provided ? That's
> why no authentication is implemented in the RDP backend.
Ok that is what I thought
>> Can I use Microsoft's mstsc to connect?
Does anyone know how to use mstsc with no username password?
>> What about Microsoft's RDP client for Android?
> Best regards.
> David FORT
> website: http://www.hardening-consulting.com/
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