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VINAGRE(1)									       VINAGRE(1)

NAME
       vinagre - a remote desktop viewer for the GNOME Desktop

SYNOPSYS
       vinagre [OPTIONS] [server][::port|:display]

DESCRIPTION
       vinagre	is  a  remote desktop viewer for the GNOME desktop. It can support many protocols
       using a plugin system. Current plugins exist for VNC and SSH.  Vinagre has many	features,
       among others:.

       - Support for multiple connections simultaneously

       - Bookmarks and history support

       - Avahi integration

       - GNOME keyring integration

       - GNOME panel applet to quickly launch vinagre to access VNC servers

       - You can connect to a VNC server by double clicking on a .vnc file when using nautilus.

OPTIONS
   Help Options:
       -?, --help
	      Show help options

       --help-all
	      Show all help options

       --help-gtk
	      Show GTK+ options

   Application Options:
       --help-vnc
	      Show VNC options

       -F, --file=filename
	      Opens a .vnc file

       -f, --fullscreen
	      Open vinagre in fullscreen mode

       -n, --new-window
	      Create a new toplevel window in an existing instance of vinagre

       --display=DISPLAY
	      X display to use

       Run 'vinagre --help' to see a full list of available command line options

OPERANDS
       The following operands are supported:

       [server][::port|:display]
	      Specifies the VNC server to connect to. The VNC server can be either a hostname, or
	      an IP address. If the server is an IPv6 address, it  must  be  enclosed  by  square
	      brackets.  The  address  can  optionally be followed by two colons (::) and the VNC
	      port number, or alternatively by one colon (:) and the display where Vinagre should
	      run.  If a port is not specified, default value of 5900 will be used.  If the value
	      is lower than 1024, 5900 will be added to it. For example, ":0"  means  "5900"  and
	      ":1"  means  ":5901".  If only a port is specified, but not the hostname, localhost
	      will be assumed.	Possible values for the display are between 0 and 1024. If a dis-
	      play  number greater than 1024 is specified, it will be assumed to be a port.  Note
	      that you can't specify the port and the display at the same time.

EXAMPLES
       Example 1: Start vinagre from the command line

       example% vinagre

       Example 2: Create a new top-level window

       example% vinagre --new-window

       Example 3: Connect to a specified VNC server and port

       example% vinagre snoopy::5900

       Example 4: Connect to a specified IPv4 address and port

       example% vinagre 192.168.1.35::2700

       Example 5: Connect to a specified IPv6 address and port

       example% vinagre [2001:0db8:0:0:0:0:1428:57ab]::2700

       Example 6: Connect to a VNC server specified by a .vnc file

       example% vinagre -F snoopy.vnc

       Example 7: Connect to localhost on a specified port in fullscreen mode

       example% vinagre -f ::5900

SEE ALSO
       Vinagre help manual

AUTHOR
       Vinagre was written by Jonh Wendell <wendell@bani.com.br>

       This manual page was written by Emilio Pozuelo Monfort <pochu@ubuntu.com> and  Halton  Huo
       <halton.huo@sun.com>.

User Commands				 August 12th 2009			       VINAGRE(1)
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