Terminal Server Client [tsclient] is a GTK2 frontend for rdesktop and other remote desktop tools.

This project has been superseded by Remmina - https://sourceforge.net/projects/remmina/

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  • IMNSHO, Remmina is a bit overblown. This is/was a simple front end for rdesktop in the finest unix tradition. Remmina fits a different desire. If you want a simple RDP front end this is it.

  • Perfect project, thank you for showing

  • Great project, thanks a lot for posting

  • This is the best terminal client I have used so far. Compared to others I have tested (gnome-rdp,KRDC,Remmina,Vinagre) it provides functionality that others do not have, like: -mapping of local drives, -storing passwords(gnome-rdp claims to have it but is not working), -storing separate settings for each connection, -one click connection from tsclient icon on task bar, -auto adjusting window size to remote screen resolution, -thin window borders, -and many others. [OT] I can honestly say IMHO this is quite old client but still the best one to choose. Recently Ubuntu removed tsclient from it's repositories, which was big mistake, because they didn't provided anythig which is at least as good as tsclient. They claimed tsclient is old and nobody is working on it anymore. So what? When was the last time somebody worked on 'ls' or 'cd' command? Will they remove those also? ;)

  • I use it a lot, some new option like window size in % would be really nice.

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