Remote Desktop Client for the GNOME Desktop. Supported protocols: RDP, VNC, SSH. Configured sessions can be saved to the built in list. Additional programs required: rdesktop, tightvnc, ssh, gnome-terminal. Application can be run with Mono runtime.
This is my favourite GUI client for RDP on Linux thus far, and I use it everywhere. The reasons I like it: + it allows me to maintain a list of different configurations + it allows me to use a different rdesktop executable so I can use my wrapper that provides some specific features that it won't allow me to configure (see www.win.tue.nl/~rp/bin/rdesktop) + it is an Ubuntu package, so easy to install and maintain on my Ubuntu systems Things that bother me: + the UI is quite clunky: + too much clicking is required to create or modify configurations + too much clicking is required to start a session, there is no way to say 'just start whatever I choose to be the default' + it lacks support for many rdesktop options, e.g. drive sharing Things that would be really nice: + support for more rdesktop options, e.g. drive sharing + not having to create session configurations explicitly: instead, just having to configure hostnames, identities, resolutions etc. and then being able to pick any combination as a session + being able to set a default and opt to start the default immediately + a command line client for configuration + a command line client for starting a session based on the configuration + continued development - this appears to be abandonware, but it is really useful!