Saturday, June 16. 2007
Here is a new release of Portable VNC for Custom FW 3.x only.
For those for haven't seen previous versions, VNC let you access
to your PC desktop from anywhere using a wifi connection.
What's new in version 1.2.5 :
- Real hostname are now supported in the configuration menu !
It should be usefull if you want to connect to your PC from anywhere
and if you have a dynamic IP.
Of course you can still specify a static IP address
- IR Keyboard is now active in all menus
- New keyboard mapping (previous one was very confusing)
- Display help on keys to use for each menu
The IR keyboard support is based on the work of Harald Fielker (author of the PSP IR Keyboard Library), and the Virtual keyboard is based on the Danzel code.
PSPVNC has been written by NHD from TeamXos, and it's based on the PalmOS VNC client.
It is distributed under GNU licence, and sources are provided :
The IR keyboard part it has been tested using a Targus Universal IR Wireless keyboard.
Looking for a tuto ? here it is or
This should be the last release, only if major bugs are found.
** WARNING **
Host configurations file generated with previous versions are NOT compatible with this one !
If you want to discuss on this emulator, you can do it there :
zx81's forum on dcemu network or zx81's forum on qj.net
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hey for some odd reason I can't get pikey to work on this.
if you can help me that would be great. thankyou
I would like to connect to a windows 2003 server, and in fact I can connect already, but on the logon screen I don't know how to send a Ctrl+Alt+Del so the typical m$ login/password prompt shows up.
hey man i absolutely love the app. Now that kdb support is in i have one question. Can you implement if it isnt already someway possible a way to have the screen shrunk to the size of the PSPs screen like in pocketvnc. I think this would be interesting for slideshows, watching games at 1 fps, etc
Just to elaborate. I mean having something dynamically resize the output, again like in pocketVNC, and making it eitehr display in 4:3, 16:9, dual monitor togather in 4:3, or widescreen monitor
there is no mouse showing up in OSX, still.
Sorry i've not OSX to test with
ok, it's really odd that just the mouse cursor doesn't display. everything else is really solid, though.
How do you get your IP from your computer and configure it with the PSP so it will connect? I am completly new to PSP and PC communication. Any help appreciated.