Duplicate Xorg in a web browser

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More and more things are web oriented nowadays and I’m wondering…

Is it possible to duplicate a screen with Xorg on a “server” that can be displayed in a web browser ?

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    unix.stackexchange.com/questions/262219/…
    – Michael Prokopec
    Nov 29 at 21:49

  • Without vnc will be much better
    – bob dylan
    Nov 29 at 22:36

  • VNC is lightweight, without it might be better but a good option already exists.
    – Michael Prokopec
    Nov 30 at 0:51

  • It’s very clear what this question is asking; if it exists a X11 server implemented in the browser (eg. one that I could run on an android phone or a windows machine without having to install anything). If you did your research and found that no such thing exists, then make an answer with that (which could be extended in the future when someone may write such a thing). Do not abuse the “unclear what you’re asking” reason to close questions you don’t care about.
    – mosvy
    Nov 30 at 22:27

  • @mosvy Thank you for understanding the question. Apparently some people didn’t… Should I edit the post ? It seems clear to me…
    – bob dylan
    Dec 1 at 12:06

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More and more things are web oriented nowadays and I’m wondering…

Is it possible to duplicate a screen with Xorg on a “server” that can be displayed in a web browser ?

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    unix.stackexchange.com/questions/262219/…
    – Michael Prokopec
    Nov 29 at 21:49

  • Without vnc will be much better
    – bob dylan
    Nov 29 at 22:36

  • VNC is lightweight, without it might be better but a good option already exists.
    – Michael Prokopec
    Nov 30 at 0:51

  • It’s very clear what this question is asking; if it exists a X11 server implemented in the browser (eg. one that I could run on an android phone or a windows machine without having to install anything). If you did your research and found that no such thing exists, then make an answer with that (which could be extended in the future when someone may write such a thing). Do not abuse the “unclear what you’re asking” reason to close questions you don’t care about.
    – mosvy
    Nov 30 at 22:27

  • @mosvy Thank you for understanding the question. Apparently some people didn’t… Should I edit the post ? It seems clear to me…
    – bob dylan
    Dec 1 at 12:06

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More and more things are web oriented nowadays and I’m wondering…

Is it possible to duplicate a screen with Xorg on a “server” that can be displayed in a web browser ?

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More and more things are web oriented nowadays and I’m wondering…

Is it possible to duplicate a screen with Xorg on a “server” that can be displayed in a web browser ?

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    unix.stackexchange.com/questions/262219/…
    – Michael Prokopec
    Nov 29 at 21:49

  • Without vnc will be much better
    – bob dylan
    Nov 29 at 22:36

  • VNC is lightweight, without it might be better but a good option already exists.
    – Michael Prokopec
    Nov 30 at 0:51

  • It’s very clear what this question is asking; if it exists a X11 server implemented in the browser (eg. one that I could run on an android phone or a windows machine without having to install anything). If you did your research and found that no such thing exists, then make an answer with that (which could be extended in the future when someone may write such a thing). Do not abuse the “unclear what you’re asking” reason to close questions you don’t care about.
    – mosvy
    Nov 30 at 22:27

  • @mosvy Thank you for understanding the question. Apparently some people didn’t… Should I edit the post ? It seems clear to me…
    – bob dylan
    Dec 1 at 12:06

  • 1

    unix.stackexchange.com/questions/262219/…
    – Michael Prokopec
    Nov 29 at 21:49

  • Without vnc will be much better
    – bob dylan
    Nov 29 at 22:36

  • VNC is lightweight, without it might be better but a good option already exists.
    – Michael Prokopec
    Nov 30 at 0:51

  • It’s very clear what this question is asking; if it exists a X11 server implemented in the browser (eg. one that I could run on an android phone or a windows machine without having to install anything). If you did your research and found that no such thing exists, then make an answer with that (which could be extended in the future when someone may write such a thing). Do not abuse the “unclear what you’re asking” reason to close questions you don’t care about.
    – mosvy
    Nov 30 at 22:27

  • @mosvy Thank you for understanding the question. Apparently some people didn’t… Should I edit the post ? It seems clear to me…
    – bob dylan
    Dec 1 at 12:06

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unix.stackexchange.com/questions/262219/…
– Michael Prokopec
Nov 29 at 21:49

unix.stackexchange.com/questions/262219/…
– Michael Prokopec
Nov 29 at 21:49

Without vnc will be much better
– bob dylan
Nov 29 at 22:36

Without vnc will be much better
– bob dylan
Nov 29 at 22:36

VNC is lightweight, without it might be better but a good option already exists.
– Michael Prokopec
Nov 30 at 0:51

VNC is lightweight, without it might be better but a good option already exists.
– Michael Prokopec
Nov 30 at 0:51

It’s very clear what this question is asking; if it exists a X11 server implemented in the browser (eg. one that I could run on an android phone or a windows machine without having to install anything). If you did your research and found that no such thing exists, then make an answer with that (which could be extended in the future when someone may write such a thing). Do not abuse the “unclear what you’re asking” reason to close questions you don’t care about.
– mosvy
Nov 30 at 22:27

It’s very clear what this question is asking; if it exists a X11 server implemented in the browser (eg. one that I could run on an android phone or a windows machine without having to install anything). If you did your research and found that no such thing exists, then make an answer with that (which could be extended in the future when someone may write such a thing). Do not abuse the “unclear what you’re asking” reason to close questions you don’t care about.
– mosvy
Nov 30 at 22:27

@mosvy Thank you for understanding the question. Apparently some people didn’t… Should I edit the post ? It seems clear to me…
– bob dylan
Dec 1 at 12:06

@mosvy Thank you for understanding the question. Apparently some people didn’t… Should I edit the post ? It seems clear to me…
– bob dylan
Dec 1 at 12:06

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