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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by waloshin, Sep 30, 2010.
I want to remotely access my ubuntu desktop.
JollyFastVNC is the best VNC client you'll ever find. It's not exactly free, but you can keep clicking the "Try" button. I highly suggest paying for it because it is that good.
Chicken of the VNC works quite well, and is actually free, too. I've used it for a long time.
You also have a built-in Screen Sharing app that can be made to work with any VNC server. Just put in the address of the server in Safari in the vnc:// format, and the app will open.
Hasn't that not been updated since 2006?
No, but it works fine anyways. Why update when it works properly? (I know, updates are good, but in this case it doesn't really matter.)
I'll second using OS X's built-in client via connect to server, vnc:// etc...
I used Chicken of the VNC in the past, and liked it. Now I tend to use the built-in Screen Sharing application, which is located in /System/Library/CoreServices.