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[Discuss] SVN server - What hardware do I need?

In this case, the VNC access is both to have a graphical environment, and
also have that environment be managed like a company desktop.  Having
builds done "locally" this way means that there are more controls over what
toolchain is used and also more control over where the source code and
build artifacts end up.

Greg Rundlett

On Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 10:05 AM, Edward Ned Harvey (blu) <blu at
> wrote:

> > From: at [mailto:discuss-
> > at] On Behalf Of Jerry Feldman
> >
> > > Yes, if you can offload the build process to their laptop, that's
> great.  But
> > > there are a lot of reasons people might not want to do that.
> >
> > VNC allows for this.
> Clarification:
> "offload the build process to the laptop" means people don't use VNC or
> anything else to connect to servers remotely.  They actually perform the
> build locally on their laptops.  There are lots of pros and cons of moving
> to laptop-centric workstations, hence "there are a lot of reasons people
> might not want to do that."
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