looks promising to me.
On Fri, Sep 20, 2013 at 3:29 PM, Anders Bruun Olsen
> I seriously doubt that it would work without any changes. X2go depends on
> lot of X specific black magic, amongst others are nxproxy, which is a way
> compress the X protocol. Android does not run X (as far as I know), so
> would run into problems there already. Next up would be code to control
> to show an on-screen keyboard, and translating touches on the screen to
> mouse input. To sum it up, I think it would require a lot of work to get
> x2go to an even remotely usable state on Android.
> 2013/9/20 Lucian Apetre
>> I am new to x2go and i was interested if i can build it on Android. I
>> that there are Linu, ios and win client versions but none on Android.
>> Thank you
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