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Make your iPad/tablet/computer as a secondary monitor on Linux.

Project description

VirtScreen

Make your iPad/tablet/computer as a secondary monitor on Linux.

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VirtScreen is an easy-to-use Linux GUI app that creates a virtual secondary screen and shares it through VNC.

VirtScreen is based on PyQt5 and Twisted in Python side and uses x11vnc and XRandR.

Installation & running

Installing dependancies

You need x11vnc and xrandr. To install (example on Ubuntu):

$ sudo apt-get install x11vnc

Installing package

Using pip

$ pip install virtscreen

From the Git repository directly

$ python setup.py install # add --user option if you have permission problem

How to run

Simply run virtscreen after installation:

$ virtscreen

If you want to run it directly from the Git repository:

$ ./launch.sh

Note that any files related to VirtScreen, including password and log, will be stored in ~/.virtscreen directory.

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