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A little late :) bu iRAPP for Lion now is free...
For Linux Mint 14 the menu option is called Desktop Sharing (just press the windows-button and typ "desktop sharing").
Two solutions: 1) If you feel that there is no security concern (both pcs on a well-protected LAN), then you can simply disable password on the server, just leave the field empty. 2) If instead you wish to leave some security in place, you can save session information from the F8 menu or the menu in the top bar. Make sure that you include your password, ...
I am not sure if its even supposed to as 5091 would be the socket not the port I'm assuming you mean 5901, instead of 5091 because TCP/5901 is what VNC uses by default for display number 1. First, be sure to generate a self-signed ssl certificate and follow other instructions here. Then, you simply need to run the VNC server itself before you start ...
You didn't state which desktop environment you're using (it's possible you're using some combination and just happen to have KMix installed on the system), but here are the general instructions: In your CentOS session, look for a "Settings" or "Control Center" applet. If it's there, look inside of it for a "Keyboard" or "Shortcuts" link. The exact naming ...
After spending almost a week freaking out on this issue, I solved it myself. The solution was to update libX11. I ran below yum command and things are flying now. yum install libX11
You can enable Remote Desktop for Windows 7 Home Premium. It requires some hacking of \Windows\System32\termsrv.dll, though. You'll have to search for the binary files you need, but you'll need either a patcher or a hacked version of termsrv.dll. See Q&A I created for this discussion.
Give teamviewer a try - it communicates over 80 and 443 so it should be allowed. Teamviewer is similar to RDP or VNC (you see the desktop of the target computer).. http://www.teamviewer.com/en/index.aspx Here is a quick tutorial explaining how teamviewer works and how to configure it http://www.wikihow.com/Use-TeamViewer
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