The gvSIG Community Edition contains a set of tools designed specifically for public access GIS, such as gvSIG FileManager, gvSIG Express, and gvSIG SPATIAL EDGE.
• gvSIG FileManager is an interactive map display that allows users to visually explore files, groups, and folders in various formats including ESRI. ESRI and ESRI. Features include:
• allows users to explore in detail a set of map files and/or databases in various formats including ESRI. ESRI and ESRI.
• the Folder Browser allows users to explore in detail a set of files or folders.
• the Map Browser allows users to explore a set of map files.
• allows users to search in detail a set of files or folders.
• supports data exchange with databases.
• is able to view file extensions.
• can load Map and Folder Files.
• displays a variety of filters.
• can display map files, database tables, and database files.
• uses map layers and layers in database tables.
• uses raster images and raster tiles.
• saves and loads map files and database tables.
• can display map files, database tables, and databases.
• supports the creation of private and public folders.
• supports map and database file sharing.
• supports all relevant map formats.
• can display map images.
• supports the creation of map caches.
• supports a variety of interaction methods.
• allows users to set the display style and format.
• allows users to share maps and maps views.
• allows users to synchronize maps and map views.
• supports export to raster and vector formats.
• is able to read geometry, coordinates, and attributes.
• is able to compute the coordinates, area, perimeter, length, etc. of an object.
• allows users to create and manage groups.
• supports all relevant attribute and feature types.
• allows users to control the width and height of a window.
• supports all relevant data storage systems and applications.
I know there are a few answers but I think I have a few ways to do this that are a little easier.
The first is x2go. It’s a free remote desktop solution that can give you the same interface as RDP. I have used it in the past and it’s very simple to use. They have a Windows version and a Linux version.
The second is TeamViewer. I haven’t used it in a while but it’s $19 for a one time purchase and only takes about a minute to set up.
I think the best one is x2go because it’s free, very easy to use, and works with Windows and Linux. I haven’t tried TeamViewer yet.
I was a bit surprised that the answer didn’t include FreeNX:
Open source, cross platform, it’s what the free edition of Remote Desktop Connection (mstsc) used to use (I no longer use mstsc myself)
Simple to use (get into)
Can be automated to run at boot time (very useful for unattended deployments)
Can set custom resolutions
Maybe the reason for it not getting enough love is that it’s been around for a while but I’m not aware of it getting any updates recently. If you look through the FreeNX home page it does have a history section but you’d have to go to their website to see what the last release was.
Of course, TeamViewer is also an option, but as it’s commercial there are some non-free features.
As for setting custom resolutions, if you’re on Windows 7 and newer then the default Remote Desktop Connection (mstsc) has a ‘New Connection Settings’ option. If you’re on older versions of Windows you’ll need to download the «Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection» and it also has a ‘New Connection Settings’ option.
How to use Google Reader and Gmail in same webapp?
i can’t figure it out how to use the Google Reader and Gmail in the same webapp? I can’t find a good tutorial for that!
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