OS: Ubuntu Linux 10.10 (Maverick Meerkat) Phone: Verizon Motorola Droid running Android 2.2.1 VNC Server: x11vnc 0.9.10 lasmod: 2010-04-28 (using -localhost and tunneling through openssh-server) SSHServer: v5.5p1 SSH Clients: ConnectBot (Android, with a local port forward) and ssh v5.5p1 for computer tests. I have connected with another Linux machine using the TightVNC 'vncviewer' available from the repositories, with extraordinary performance. However, when I connect with PocketCloud, I have a problem with keyboard input that makes the whole program unusable.
So what happens? Well, the short answer is: I think the keyboard stops working. When you first start typing, several letters are amiss, then it seems like the whole emulated keyboard stops working all together. Here's what I have tried:
Connecting without/without ssh tunneling with vncviewer for Linux - Works as expected Connecting with another client (Android VNC) both tunneled non-tunneled - Works Connecting with/without SSH tunneling using PocketCloud - Keyboard issues For all of these cases, I have used the same options in x11vnc, so there's nothing wrong with it.
This leads me to believe that this is a PocketCloud-specific issue.