Mango-lassi lets you to share mouse and pointer with other computers using
Avahi. It has features like:
* Fully peer-to-peer. All Mango Lassi instances are both client and server
at the same time. Other hosts may enter or leave a running session at any
* No need to open X11 up for the network.
* You have a 50% chance that for your setup you don't need any configuration
at all. In the case of the other 50% you might need to swap the order of
your screens manually in a simple dialog, because Mango Lassi didn't guess
correctly which screen is left and which screen is right.
* libnotify integration so that it tells you whenever a desktop joins or
leaves your session.
* Shows a nice OSD on your screen when your screen's input is currently being
redirected to another screen.
* Uses all those nifty GNOME APIs, like D-Bus-over-TCP, Avahi, libnotify,
* Supports both the X11 clipboard and the selection, supporting all content
types, and not just simple text -- i.e. you can copy and paste image data
between Gimp on your screens.
README for herzi's mango-lassi
THIS IS NOT THE OFFICIAL REPOSITORY
This repository is created to do some development on Mango Lassi (which was
originally written by Lennart Pöttering). He asked me to simply fork his
project to apply the changes I'm considering to add.
When he does a review of the code here, he'll decide whether to merge my
changes or whether to u
mango-lassi (001+dfsg-5) unstable; urgency=medium
* Urgency set to medium due to RC bug.
Bug fix: "FTBFS in current wheezy environment (GCC 4.7)", thanks to
Michael Tautschnig. Patch by Thibaut Paumard <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
-- Kartik Mistry <email@example.com> Thu, 11 Oct 2012 13:46:31 +0530
mango-lassi (001+dfsg-4) un