Is it because RealVNC is popular in Windows systems?
I could not connect from FC2 to a Windows box with RealVNC on it.
Steve Bergman wrote:
I'm interested to know what the reasons were for switching from TightVNC to RealVNC. I know that earlier versions of RedHat/Fedora Linux used TightVNC, but now RealVNC seems to have replaced it.
Understand, I'm not in disagreement with the change, but as I am evaluating both for a project, I'm curious.