OpenNX - ALternative to NoMachine NX client

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OpenNX is an open source drop in replacement for NoMachine's NX client. It is compatible to the original client in that it uses the same syntax for the session configuration files (.nxs files). It uses NX technology for providing a remote desktop display. It has ability to use the OpenSC framework, Ability to use a variety of different proxy types and lot more.

http://opennx.net
http://sourceforge.net/projects/opennx/

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