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Title: Synergy client and qsynergy GUI front-end
Post by: miturbide on 2011.03.26, 02:17:16
http://www.os2world.com/content/view/20094/2/ (http://www.os2world.com/content/view/20094/2/)
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Posted by Martin Iturbide - Wednesday, 28 July 2010


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Hi

Can anybody point me to the current location of ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/incoming/synergy.zip ?

QSynergy is available but it require this package and I can not find it.

THanks
Title: Re: Synergy client and qsynergy GUI front-end
Post by: miturbide on 2011.03.29, 21:25:31
Any help will be apreciated. I can not find the binaries anywhere.
Title: Re: Synergy client and qsynergy GUI front-end
Post by: ivan on 2011.03.29, 22:28:52
Hi Martin,

It looks as if whoever produced QSynergy forgot about the synergy binaries.  I have a synergy.zip that comprises 6 exe files and 2 dlls all dated 25-08-07 and that is all.

I remember zipping them up because they didn't work - maybe I should unzip them and try with QSynergy although if they didn't work from the command line I can't see them starting to work just because there is a gui.

ivan
Title: Re: Synergy client and qsynergy GUI front-end
Post by: miturbide on 2011.03.29, 22:45:09
Thanks Ivan

ABWillis had re/upload the synergy binaries on netlabs incomming.
ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/incoming/

I will try that one with qSynergy.
Title: Re: Synergy client and qsynergy GUI front-end
Post by: abwillis on 2011.03.30, 18:07:43
Ivan, were your friends able to make any progress on the synergy server?
Title: Re: Synergy client and qsynergy GUI front-end
Post by: ivan on 2011.03.30, 22:00:03
Unfortunately no - cancer problems, but if things go well it might be the thing to give the mind something to do. 

Sometimes I wish I knew something about programming but at 70 odd I don't feel like trying to learn - I have enough to do already.

ivan