[Mono-list] Gnome-RDP Experimental version

Jorge Bastos mysql.jorge at decimal.pt
Thu Jan 28 16:51:22 EST 2010

Seams interesting.
Will this run on windows aswell?


> -----Original Message-----
> From: mono-list-bounces at lists.ximian.com [mailto:mono-list-
> bounces at lists.ximian.com] On Behalf Of James P Michels III
> Sent: quinta-feira, 28 de Janeiro de 2010 21:20
> To: mono-list at lists.ximian.com
> Subject: [Mono-list] Gnome-RDP Experimental version
> I am looking for some feedback on an experimental version of Gnome-RDP.
> The code is available at
> https://gnome-rdp.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/gnome-
> rdp/branches/experimental
> Compatibility Notes.
> 1) This is a complete rewrite of the original application.
> 2) It is side by side compatible with the release version of gnome-rdp.
> 3) It does not use sqlite for storage. It uses an ini file based
> storage
> with files saved in Environment.SpecialFolder.ApplicationData under
> GnomeRDP.
> 4) On the first run, it will automatically import all sessions from
> your
> existing gnome-rdp sqlite database. It will not modify or delete your
> existing database.
> Features.
> 1) The experimental version of Gnome RDP introduces functionality to
> support identity profiles as well as rdp/vnc/ssh profiles.
>      a) Identity profiles allow you to create/edit an identity which
> can
> be linked to session profiles. This simplifies the process of creating
> server session as well as updating password credentials which may be
> the
> same for multiple servers. Password are stored in the Gnome keyring.
>      b) Rdp/Vnc/Ssh profiles allow you to create/edit a set of
> preferences which can be used for multiple server sessions. This is
> intended to simply creating new server sessions as well as to allow you
> to change things like screen size in 1 place.
> 2) The UI has been substantially changed (hopefully for the better) and
> includes drag and drop functionality for group management.
> 3) The application include a filterable log view to consolidate log
> reporting and eliminate annoying "Foo, Foo, Foo" dialogs.
> 4) The application is considerable more efficient with respect to file
> system accesses and Keyring lookups.
> Thanks
> Jim
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