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Software News   Software News : Remote Desktop client for AROS released!
   posted by HammerD on 22-Apr-2010 21:58:56 (2941 reads)
The Remote Desktop team is pleased to announce that Remote Desktop client has been ported to AROS! It is now available for immediate download on

We would like to thank Yannick Erb for his work on the port. Without his hard work this would not have been possible!

Head over to to download.

Some of the specific features of the AROS port:

-First port using 1.6.0 rdesktop sources,
-Native AROS pointer,
-Specific GUI,
-Sound redirection isn't working (at this time)

This is the full version of the software, it is not a demo version. If you wish to make a donation, please do so on the website. If you wish your donation to be directed specifically to Yannick, please specify this when making the donation.

Donations ensure that we will be able to provide updates and bug fixes in the future.

Feedback is appreciated!
Thank you!!

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Re: Remote Desktop client for AROS released!
Posted on 23-Apr-2010 5:22:20
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Lovley news ! I'll try it out this weekend.

Thank you HammerD for allowing it to happen and to Yannick for your hard work.

Last edited by Manu on 23-Apr-2010 at 05:23 AM.

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Re: Remote Desktop client for AROS released!
Posted on 23-Apr-2010 6:47:32
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It is really important that we get software like this on Aros.

Well done to all involved and especially Yannick,

Amiga 1000, 3000D Toaster, Checkmate A1500 Plus

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Re: Remote Desktop client for AROS released!
Posted on 23-Apr-2010 7:15:49
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Great news

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Re: Remote Desktop client for AROS released!
Posted on 23-Apr-2010 9:01:53
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Very cool, could we have a AROS PPC build as well for us sam440ep users running AROS?

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Re: Remote Desktop client for AROS released!
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That's great. Thank you Yannick

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