Ahh we may be getting somewhere - can you try that against OSXvnc1.33,
if it's fixed then I have a very strong idea what the problem was.
Even if it isn't this will be very helpful for tracking this down.
Redstone Software Inc. -- Makers of Platform Independent Automation
On Apr 30, 2004, at 3:40 PM, Jason Harris wrote:
> Using the following profile settings in Chicken results in an
> unrecognizably garbled connection. I'm using a build pulled from the
> GEN_2_GUI branch in CVS, and I'm connecting to OSXVnc 1.32.
> Changing to 24 bit RGB makes everything peachy. Hope this is helpful!
> On Apr 30, 2004, at 7:56 AM, Jonathan Gillaspie wrote:
>> No problem. Basically I'm just looking for someone who can give me a
>> repeatable case where OSXvnc fails using Tight (or the Tight
>> Whenever I test it here everything runs swimmingly. I'm using
>> TightVNC from my PC right now to write this email on my PowerBook. I
>> try playing with the settings (in terms of enabling JPEG and the Z
>> compression level) but everything always works.
>> So any information that ANYONE can send me about a current case where
>> a particular client fails using the Tight Encoding while connected to
>> OSXvnc would be welcomed.
>> Jonathan Gillaspie
>> Principal Developer
>> Redstone Software Inc. -- Makers of Platform Independent Automation
>> On Apr 30, 2004, at 12:22 AM, Jason Harris wrote:
>>> On Apr 1, 2004, at 8:52 PM, Jonathan Gillaspie wrote:
>>>> I'll jump in here -
>>>> The Tight Encoding offers two configurable options, first a
>>>> compression level and second an optional JPEG conversion level.
>>>> I'm trying to verify if OSXvnc has a problem but wanted to know
>>>> what/how you select those two options for Tight Encoding.
>>> Sorry about the delay, this fell off my radar.
>>> JPEG is a compile-time option in Chicken that's never turned on. In
>>> other words, we don't support it (although if Panther has jpeg libs
>>> available, we may wish to start).
>>> I couldn't find any explicit setting for the compression level. I'm
>>> not too knowledgeable on either the VNC spec or on zlib stuff, but
>>> my understanding is that we just receive "compressed data" from you
>>> and pass it off to zlib, no configuration needed.
>>> I don't mind looking more, but I'm not really sure what I'm looking
>>> Sorry I couldn't be more help!
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