wisesifu writes with hot item of a recent humanitarian rise NX server, dubbed NeatX, that was released nigh Google and right away desperate in the prevarication of the Chrome OS declaration. “NX technology was developed around NoMachine to handgrip faint X Window connections and toady up to a graphical desktop display usable over the Internet. By its own admission, Google has been looking at remote desktop technologies for ‘quite a while’ and decided to develop Neatx as existing NX server products are either proprietary or difficult to maintain. ‘The good old X Window system can be used over the network, but it has issues with network latency and bandwidth. Neatx remedies some of these issues,’ Google engineers wrote on the company’s open source blog. NoMachine had released parts of the source code to its NX product under the GPL, but the NX server remained proprietary. [...] Neatx is written in Python, with a few wrapper scripts in Bash and one program written in C ‘for performance reasons.’”

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