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Jan
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answered Linux: Share keyboard over network
Jan
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comment software-based dual-monitor solution via LAN
Even though synergy is not what the OP wants, you may also be interested in Synergy+
Jan
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answered combine two displays of two separate machines
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comment Switching between multi-computer and multi-screen hardware setup
Take a look at Synergy+
Jan
12
answered Switching between multi-computer and multi-screen hardware setup
Jan
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answered Remote screen control
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comment Remote screen control
You might want to link to Synergy+
Jan
12
comment Workflow: how to work on my Ubuntu laptop from my Mac desktop?
+1 for diagram usage!
Jan
12
comment Dual-booting different versions of Mac OS X
Also, there's Synergy+ (newer fork of original synergy).
Jan
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comment Use Laptop's minitor as external OR access laptop with desktop's mouse and keyboard
+1 for Synergy+ chatter.
Jan
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comment Remote control a computer using another computer
Teamviewer is great - I use it all the time, but maybe Synergy+ is better when you can physically see the remote computer's screen. I am bias though, of course.
Jan
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comment Remote control a computer using another computer
Haha, yay, I made that image. +1 for using it! :)
Jan
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comment Synergy Linux Keyboard '@' Problem
The synergy server config is also located at ~/.synergy.conf (but modifying the config is unlikely fix the problem).
Jan
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comment Synergy Linux Keyboard '@' Problem
@Systech +1 Nice work around!
Jan
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comment Synergy Linux Keyboard '@' Problem
There are two possible locations for the synergy server config file, either ~/.synergy.conf or /etc/synergy.conf - however, this will not help fix the issue, since it's a software bug and not a config problem.
Jan
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answered Synergy Linux Keyboard '@' Problem
Jan
12
accepted Why might an application fail to start on Windows 7 x64 with faulting module GDI32.dll?
Jan
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comment Why might an application fail to start on Windows 7 x64 with faulting module GDI32.dll?
+1 for the HHTG reference.
Jan
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comment Why might an application fail to start on Windows 7 x64 with faulting module GDI32.dll?
I always tell end users to reboot before they call me... Why do I never take my own advice? Ha...
Jan
12
answered Why might an application fail to start on Windows 7 x64 with faulting module GDI32.dll?