A dual-screen hack - link an MS-Windows and X display
This program merges the capabilities of x2x and vncviewer. It will allow a
machine with an X display and a machine with a VNC server running on its main
screen to act as if they were two displays connected to one machine. When you
move your mouse pointer off the screen in a direction of your choosing, the
pointer will appear on the other screen instead.
x2vnc - A dual-screen hack
Written by Fredrik H�binette <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Based on ideas from x2x and code from vncviewer.
Thanks to Grant McDorman and Brad Fitzpatrick
for helping me make this program better.
This program merges the capabilities of x2x and vncviewer.
It will allow a machine with an X display and a machine with
x2vnc - a dual-screen hack
x2vnc <options> <host>:<display#>
x2vnc <options> -listen [<display#>]
[ -display display ]
[ -version ]
[ -shared ]
[ -north ] [ -south ] [ -east ] [ -west ]
[ -hotkey key ]
[ -passwdfile passwd-file ]
x2vnc (1.7.2-2) unstable; urgency=low
* New maintainer (Closes: #586422).
* Acknowledge NMU.
* debian/watch: Fix URL and regexp.
* Remove stale and commented-out references to /usr/X11R6 in
debian/rules. Delete debian/dirs altogether and drop the call to
dh_installdirs. Also clean out irrelevant, commented-out Debhelper
* Make the version in the debhelper build dep
x2vnc was Written by Fredrik Hübinette <email@example.com>
Based on ideas from x2x and code from vncv
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