keyboard and mouse sharing now you have a choice
windows and mac osx
windows and mac osx and gnu/linux
google for symless synergy download and you get a link to an unindexed page for symless sharemouse
DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK ON THIS PAGE as it points to a download of an obsolete freeware version of sharemouse
the official indexed symless synergy download page makes no mention of this product
if you want to try the NON linux NON opensource sharemouse then download it from here instead
the portable version is nice in that it doesnt install anything and can run from usb !
if you want to buy the non linux non opensource sharemouse instead of symless synergy then you can go to their shop
however symless have plenty to learn from their non opensource competitor sharemouse is 100 x easier to configure screens on as there is ZERO config required and no messing around with IP addresses or computer names
great job for fixing SHIFT bug in win 7/10 1.4.18 in 1.7.5
the download links (for old broken 1.4.18 version) have disappeared YET AGAIN ! and how long will the #free #blackfri promo code (BlackFriday2015) work
I don’t want to compile it myself from
or use the nightly builds
Finally on the SynergySeamless 1.7.5 about page the flos opensource copyleft copyright info doesn’t seem to have been updated since 2012.
On 10aug15 all links to the used to be free-of-charge synergy project #flos #kvm screen sharing exes for m$ windoz were deleted from the synergy site and sourceforge
DO NOT waste time your time signing up for a “FREE” account it does NOT let you download synergy project for FREE unless you are a student or have another qualifying excuse
You will need to download m$ visual studio community and the synergy project sourcecode from git hub and then compile it yourself.
You can either try the official way that uses ubuntu and kvm
or try creating a bootable USB drive with chromium os x86-generic
and then trying to boot the USB drive from vmware player using plop
just started to try bytemark kvm web hosting and its looking good so far
the bytemark kvm lets me reboot and choose between centos or ubuntu distros and the single core virtual cpu seems to be quicker than my old physical dual core atom !
if it keeps going well i might even finally replace vmware server with kvm on all my servers