TigerVNC 1.5 Brings IPv6 Server Support, Performance Fixes
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 12 July 2015 at 10:27 AM EDT. 4 Comments
FREE SOFTWARE --
A major update is out to TigerVNC, the popular, open-source VNC software.

TigerVNC 1.5.0 brings IPv6 support for the VNC server, support for two passwords (full access or view only), syslog support in Xvnc, GnuTLS priority configuration, performance fixes, and other bug-fixes. This release is coming just a half-year after the introduction of TigerVNC 1.4.0 and its few point releases since that point.

You can download the source code to TigerVNC 1.5.0 via the GitHub project site.
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