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About using VNC with Atmosphere

Virtual Network Computing (VNC) is a way to share a graphical desktop environment. The underlying protocol works across operating systems and platforms, and allows a remote user or users to access, use, and share a computer system. There are many free VNC clients, or viewers, some of which are mentioned in the next section. The Atmosphere VNC enables one or many Atmosphere users to access a machine that is being run on iPlant resources from the user's local machine.

There are two ways to use VNC with Atmosphere:

  • Web VNC runs the VNC viewer from a web browser and requires Java.
  • VNC application runs through your operating system. It is an open source application that uses an installed binary file and requires installation and setup.

The pages in this section give a quick overview of how to use VNC with Atmosphere:

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