[Wolves] Blueyonder

Peter Cannon peter at cannon-linux.co.uk
Thu Nov 17 11:28:50 GMT 2005

On Thursday 17 November 2005 11:03, Stuart Langridge wrote:

> Just out of interest, why PCAnywhere rather than VNC, since PCAnywhere
> costs money? I've heard people say that PCA is a little better, but it
> never seemed better *enough* to me to justify the licence cost.

1. "costs money" ??? I work in IT .....

2. I would have preferred to have done a VNC from my Suse box but he is on 
Windows ME, I didn't know what he needed or what I had to have running on his 
machine, if he had something running getting Suse to connect............

The list is endless and easy is best. to be honest everything was up and 
running inside of 20 minutes and that includes a full installation on my dads 

If he had been a bit more clued up on computers I could have connected to him 
with 5-10 minutes. I love Linux me and the girls hardly ever use Windows at 
home but I have to say when it comes to no hassle easy setup MS is still 
winning  the race.

I don't want an MS v Linux debate they bore they bollocks off me.

Peter Cannon
Fedora Core 4 & Suse 10.0

"There is every excuse for not knowing,
There is no excuse for not asking!"
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