Remmina – remote desktop software

Remmina (formerly known as Grdc) is a remote desktop connection client that can view and control a desktop session running on another system.

It can connect to a VNC platform (using libvncserver0) as well as to windows terminal servers (with rdesktop).

Remmina is an application based on GNOME and GTK+. There is also a GNOME applet support for the client.

Features include:

  • Remote desktops with higher resolutions are scrollable/scalable in both window and fullscreen mode.
  • Floating toolbar.
  • Keyboard grabbing.
  • Maintain a list of remote desktop files for most frequently used servers.
  • Make quick connections.
  • Viewport fullscreen mode: remote desktop automatically scrolls when the mouse moves over the screen edge.
  • Floating toolbar in fullscreen mode, allows you to switch between modes, toggle keyboard grabbing, minimize, etc.
  • Supported network protocols: RDP, VNC, NX, XDMCP, SSH, and Avahi.
  • “VNC Incoming Connection” protocol.
  • Password encryption.
  • Pure GTK+ 2.0 application.

Website: www.remmina.org
Support:
Developer: Vic Lee
License: GNU GPL v2

Remmina

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