|06 June 2012||#16|
Join Date: Sep 2011
The Microsoft RDC solution is free for OS X, useful for controlling Windows 7 computers from your Mac.
The problem with both Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection and Mac OS X screen sharing is that they don't allow control of the GPU from the client. The HP solution does:
Wikipedia - Remote Graphics Software
HP Remote Graphics Software
It is not clear to me whether you could do operations that used CUDA or OpenCL GPU computation on the workstation and see the results on the client.
I think that you can buy a license for non HP workstations, but it is Windows 7 and Linux only.
|06 June 2012||#17|
Join Date: Sep 2002
yes that might be, but i guess is still slower than working local due the limits of the network, even a gigabit network will be slow showing all graphics. so for using as workstation no fun i assume.
cuda or the like will certainly work on anything, its needs no ogl. this even works on standard remote desktop.
in more far future i guess we all will work on some terminals that do not compute anythng themelves but are only showing the results.
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|11 November 2012||#19|
Join Date: Sep 2003
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