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Development => Linux Lite Software Development => Topic started by: trinidad on December 31, 2017, 08:03:45 AM

Title: Remmina and Gnome-Boxes
Post by: trinidad on December 31, 2017, 08:03:45 AM
I will be getting another new machine by the end of this month and I'm going to dedicate a partition to Linux Lite 64bit. I intend to test and do some debugging of the new Remmina edition which has finally made it as far as backports in Deb stable and a new PPA in Ubuntu LTS. This is an application well suited to the LL philosophy of GUI simplicity and friendliness. As far as gnome-boxes it is suited to LL for the same reasons. Much easier to set up and use than Oracle though I am not sure how Qemu will work, if at all with LL. I use it regularly in Ubuntu LTS and again its simplicity for USB switching and the simple GUI make it a great candidate for Windows converts wanting to run virtual systems. It is certainly the simplest. I think both of these applications are very well suited for a "transitioning" Linux distribution.

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Title: Re: Remmina and Gnome-Boxes
Post by: b930306625 on July 03, 2021, 07:08:30 PM
Why make this when Remmina already exists and is quite mature? Isnít Remmina part of the GNOME foundation?
Title: Re: Remmina and Gnome-Boxes
Post by: trinidad on July 04, 2021, 10:32:04 AM
This thread is over three years old.

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Title: Re: Remmina and Gnome-Boxes
Post by: b930306625 on October 11, 2021, 04:46:53 PM
Connections has a much more simple UX than Remmina and is itself a pretty small project considering the complexity Kodi (https://kodi.onl/) nox (https://nox.uno/) already existed in the libraries it uses which is shared with other applications.