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Mocha VNC for Palm OS based handhelds
Posted on 25-May-2005 22:57 | Tags Filed under: Software


Mocha VNC for Palm OS based handhelds
Mocha VNC is an application for the Palm Computing Platform that enables users to have full, secure access (if using SSH2) to a computer through an Internet or network connection. Using a Palm OS-based device, users can connect to Linux, Mac OS or Windows computer and see the files, programs, and resources exactly as if sitting at tje desk, just on a smaller screen.

  • VNC Protocol with encoding types : Raw, CopyRect, Hextile, ZRLE and Zlib
  • SSH2 tunnel encryption option.
  • DES encryption of the Server password
  • Render the page to a full screen, and offer 2 different views (compressing) of the large screen on the smaller Palm screen.
  • Easy scroll mode with the pen

    Only Palm devices using OS 5 or better are supported. You will need a VNC server on your computer for this software to work.







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