VNC for Symbian
VNC stands for Virtual Network Computing. Which is, a remote display system which allows you
to view a computing 'desktop' environment not only on the machine where it is running, but from
anywhere on the Internet and from a wide variety of machine architectures.
It is possible, for example, use a VNC viewer running on a PC on the desktop to display the Technical Specifications
screens from servers based in a remote computer room.
Imhotek have taken the Java source code for VNC, and from this created an installer package for
Symbian based systems.
The server to which you are
connecting must be running the
Additional features include VNC server software.
• Addition of scroll-bars
• Addition of help window for Symbian instructions
• Changes to login screen, to enable password to be entered at the same time as the
• The ability to store a number of server profiles in a configuration file
• The ability to hide the button bar, for maximum screen size
VNC for Symbian works on all
The screen shot below shows VNC on a psion netBook Symbian platforms:
• EPOC release 5 devices:
Psion Revo, 5mx, 7 and
• EPOC release 6 devices:
NOTE: All platforms require the
Java Virtual Machine, which is
either pre-installed or available
on the CD that accompanies the
• VNC for Symbian is free
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Knowledge Management consultancy, services and products. Imhotek have experts in all popular
messaging systems and long history of working with mobile data products and networks.
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