CEVncSvr211.zip uploaded to the Yahoo Group
CEVncSvr211 - VNC Server for CE 2.11, Mips processor
Your Epods must have network access. CEVncSvr211 works great on wireless networks.
Install VNC Server on your Epods by simply copying CEVncSvr211.exe to any folder you create on the Epods.
To control your Epods with your PC simply start CEVncSvr211.exe on your Epods by double tapping it or by using Start > Run and browsing to it. There is nothing to show that it is actually running. If you want to confirm that it is use whatever task manager software you have on your Epods. The Epods VNC Server does not require configuration or a password. Start VNC Viewer on your PC, enter the IP address of your Epods (example 192.168.0.121), under options disable auto select, your PC must be set to 16 bit color (8 bit or 24 bit will not work). There is no need to enter a port number because CEVncSvr211.exe only uses the default port. Click OK to close the Option dialog and then click OK to connect to your Epods. Your Epods screen will appear in a window on your PC. You have full control of your Epods and can use your PC’s mouse and keyboard.
You can now control your Epods from anywhere in the world as long as you have access to the Internet. Have fun with it.
VNC Server (CEVncSvr211.exe) was compiled by Paul Mead using the source from the following Sourceforge project. Thanks Paul.
Project: Windows CE VNC server: Summary
Development Status: 4 - Beta
Environment: Handhelds/PDA's, Win32 (MS Windows)
Intended Audience: Developers
License: GNU General Public License (GPL)
Natural Language: English
Operating System: Windows CE
Programming Language: C, C++