How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


Here's some geek coolness for all y'all.

You want to control two seperate computers from one keyboard and mouse. You're too cheap to get a KVM. Solution?

Synergy, a KM switcher (Keyboard/Mouse- you need a seperate monitor for each box you're running). And yes, there's a windows version, so this isn't just linux geeking.

A little setup work, and *boom*. You drag your mouse to one edge of a screen, and it moves to another computer's monitor. Copy-and-paste also works. It's _almost_ like having a dual monitor setup- you obviously can't move windows or drag and drop or anything.

But damn, it's a great way to annoy Cate (I installed it on her computer and am using mine as the server. She looks away, I start a solitaire game, she turns back and feels compelled to finish it- great fun.)

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