[squeak-dev] Headless Linux squeak running max cpu
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Sun Jul 18 20:49:13 UTC 2010
From: "Levente Uzonyi" <leves at elte.hu>
Sent: Sunday, July 18, 2010 3:42 PM
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Subject: Re: [squeak-dev] Headless Linux squeak running max cpu
> Install RFB (it's available on squeaksource). It will give full access to
> the image. If you never used it, here are a few tips:
> After installing the package, in the world menu select open..., then
> RFB/VNC Server. In the connections submenu set an interactive password. It
> doesn't have to be strong, since you'll tunnel your connection through
> ssh. In the connections submenu disable "allow remote connections". In the
> performance submenu set "allow ZRLE encoding" and disable "conserve
> memory". Then start your server. Note that the tcp port is display number
> + 5900. So if you want your server to listen on 5901, then select display
> number 1.
> Squeak's RFB implementation is a bit picky, it won't accept connections
> with certain client settings. For example it doesn't support other display
> bitdepth than the image's depth. So if you're using RealVNC as a client,
> then set the preferred encoding to ZRLE and select Full color (your image
> probably uses 32-bits as depth). And make sure you turn off the "Render
> cursor locally" option.
What does RFB stand for? I intend to check this out.
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