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Hi Guys.

Ok first I am over my head on this one, but still above the water.

I down loaded the VNC open source code for Glance www.glance.com from www.glance.net/install/GVNCsource.zip

When I unzip the program one of the readme files tells me that there is no install program.

How do I get it to install? If need be is someone willing to help change the code for me?

This looks to be nice software to allow me to do software demo / training classes on the web. Unless you guys have a better way to have a link on a web page to open a window to show my desk top.

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Larry - Cleveland
 

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If You Are Using Linux/UNIX, Just Extract it and use the Make file, doing it for windows is a little bit tricky, but you should also be able to download the VNC binary packages, the .exe's so you don't have to compile, because for a noobie to compiling whole packages, it could be tough...
 

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Sorry I am using XP Pro and Win2000 server.

Can you tell what langauge it is writen in so I can find someone to compile it for me?


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It is Glance VNC. I did look for more files but did not find any. You can see there home page and down load links on my first message.

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Why Glance, It's Not Really A Popular/Supported Version, I Would Recommend TightVNC, It's Got Binary Downloads And Has A Very Strong Community Backing...
 

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Hi LW

The reason Glance is good for me is that it seams to work backwards of the VNC programs I have looked at. It allowes a person to click on a web page (small down load) then be able to see MY computer screen as I show them how to run software.

I am open to other lowcost ways to do this.

I will use this for training more then support or to service there PC. I am looking at Ultra-VNC to do the support work.

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Larry - Cleveland
 
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