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vinagre

remote desktop client for the GNOME Desktop
https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/Vinagre
Score:
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19 reviews
Description:

Vinagre is a remote desktop client integrated into the GNOME Desktop.

With Vinagre you can have several connections open simultaneously, bookmark your servers thanks to the Favorites support, store the passwords in the GNOME keyring, and browse the network to look for VNC servers.

Supported protocols are VNC, SSH, and RDP.

User reviews:
ScoreComment

med_meme
1 year ago
3 samba

specialdune
5 years ago
5 Create Tool, using it to connect to my windows system, using linux mint 15 cinnamon

gorade
6 years ago
3 Can't make it work with Nadia MATE. Cinnamon does though

angeloruivo
6 years ago
5 Recomendo, funciona muito bem no mint 14

RytronII
6 years ago
5 Sweet remote desktop viewer.

jimbob87
6 years ago
4 Best quality RDP client I have found connecting to Windows 7 Pro

cartsoftware
6 years ago
2 we need to store password and this feature seems to be unavailable

chassum
7 years ago
5 Easy, fast, and works well in 64-bit Gnome3 Mint :)

Konstigt
7 years ago
3 Good but should also have support for RDP. I mostly use Remmina which can handle both.

niks
7 years ago
5 It just works and cross platform

Squirrel
7 years ago
4 This client is the simplest to use of all those I have come across. When things go wrong, though, they can be difficult to diagnose and fix. Still, overall, it is a solid, consistent, usable program, which is designed to do what it purports to do, and does what it's designed to do.

danielmattioli
8 years ago
5 Exelente programa

grim
8 years ago
4 Works fine, pretty useful!

wanda
8 years ago
2 keine interesse daran wirt de-installiert.

jivannaveen
8 years ago
4 A simple solution

fito
8 years ago
5 The best! fast and reliable, scale option is incredible!

vviskari
8 years ago
5 It just works!

mcduarte2000
8 years ago
3 Works well for VNC, but lacks RDP.

alaak
8 years ago
4 does what it should with VNC protocol