X-Ray is a Session Management Environment for Unix, which is comparable to
Windows TermialServer. It allows the user to disconnect his actual session
and continue from any other computer at the very same state he left the session
X-Ray offers you a native session management for X applications
like VNC or SunRay
with remote (dis)connects to a server-side running session. But instead
of sending pixmap deltas, Xray sends the native X commands over the wire.
This allows usage of eg. the X compression proxy ML-View
, it should work perfectly with any application firewall really sniffing
the X commands, and is also capable of using hardware accelerations on
the client-sides' graphics card.
The additional tools include xray[dis]connect
commands, which allow multiple users connecting from different clients, but using the same
server by attaching Xray instances to their UID. It also comes with
the necessary server-tools and the control daemon (X-Ray Hub).
There is also a tool xrayps, which gives you information about online and/or connected
Read the INSTALL file on the Demo!