Sorry if this has been asked before, but I have extensively searched for an answer and found none that meet my requirements.
What I need is a program that will extend a X-windows display over a network, similar to nvidia's TwinView (which I am already using on the main machine for its 2 current monitors).
However, I cannot use Xdmx (as suggested by all the threads I found), as I would like it not to require me to manually start the x server and viewer, and have all the machines must be running a *nix OS, which won't work for me, as the secondary machine is running windows.
I would also like it to hopefully use VNC to share the desktop, as I would be connecting to it from a windows machine over ethernet.
By "extend" I mean one that would, say, for example, add another X display with a given resolution and position and serve that over VNC. I have yet to find any programs that will do this.
Also, it needs to be able to achieve good speeds, which considering the machines will be connected via gbit ethernet, shouldn't be a problem.