iTALC 1.0.9 released

iTALC is a use- and powerful didactical tool which lets you view and control computers in your labs and interact with students in a modern way. It supports Linux and Windows NT/2000/XP and it even can be used transparently in mixed environments!

iTALC 1.0.9 fixes bugs found in 1.0.8. There're also minor improvements regarding the master user-interface.

Detailed Changes:

- fixed endless loop when initializing keys
- add date and time to logfiles
- updated miniLZO-library to version 2.03
- fixed problems at exit of master application on win32-platform
(huge logfiles)
- increased timeouts in socket-read-function in order to minimize lost
- various fixes for Qt 4.4-compatibility - fixes demo-mode crashs in RC3/RC4
- fixed possibility to escape locked mode
- in case of failed connections, sleep longer for not immediately hitting
WinXP SP2 connection limit
- made Linux-version compile with libc 2.8 (part of Ubuntu 8.10)
- win32: when using "run commands"-feature, run processes with permissions of
logged on user
- Linux: integrated latest x11vnc-version which fixes ICA-crashes when
disconnecting during internal speed-estimations
- built win32-binaries with GCC 4.3.1 and latest Qt 4.4 snapshots

- added option for making toolbar buttons only display icon
- fixed tooltip flicker issue
- made visibility of individual sidebar-buttons configurable via context-menu
- when selecting multiple clients (<ctrl>+left click) perform context-menu
action on all selected clients
- added support for controlling master-application via system-tray-icon

The download is available at

More information are available at the project-homepage

and the Wiki

Posted by Tobias Doerffel 2008-07-23