x2go is a fast terminal server suite based on NoMachine’s NX libraries.
This software is a “server based computing environment” combining the advantages of different existing solutions. x2go is “end user ready” and has improved usability.
It can be sized from single PC-installations to enterprise networks with multiple servers and LDAP Trees.
x2go is a fast, secure and simple way to connect to your desktop over local LAN or even over a low bandwidth internet connection such as a cellphone connection.
x2go is open source and available for different CPU architectures.
- Seamless windows.
- Run individual applications without a desktop.
- Supports modern authentication technologies:
- Card readers.
- USB tokens.
- Store authentication data on a USB stick or a SmartCard.
- Login manager.
- NX compression methods.
- Configuration module integrated into KDE’s Control Center:
- Device management.
- Session control.
- Text-capable pushmail system.
- Front end for Samba administration.
- Front end to manage desktop sharing.
- Centralized user management via LDAP.
- Gtk client with Gnome integration.
- Qt client.
- Mobile client for the open source Maemo platform.
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