My company has recently released a Java binary of our EchoVNC application. Last year, we released a package of the Java binary for Linux, available in .rpm and .deb package format:
ftp://[url removed, login to view]
This project is to:
1. Updates the two Linux packages to include the two new .jar files ([url removed, login to view] and [url removed, login to view]) in the [url removed, login to view] file attached to this project. We should rev the minor version number of the packages as well, I believe to "[url removed, login to view]".
2. Test this VNC Viewer application against the InstantVNC Windows binary (available here: ftp://[url removed, login to view]) and to report on any bugs or suggested improvements.
The developer chosen for this project must have a Linux PC to work with, and be able to test the installation of both .rpm and .deb package types. Ideally, the developer has both Gnome and KDE environments to insure dependency checks.
1) All deliverables will be considered "work made for hire" under U.S. Copyright law. Employer will receive exclusive and complete copyrights to all work purchased. (No GPL, GNU, 3rd party components, etc. unless all copyright ramifications are explained AND AGREED TO by the employer on the site per the worker's Worker Legal Agreement).
2) Complete and fully-functional working program(s) in executable form as well as complete source code of all work done.
3) Deliverables must be in ready-to-run condition, as follows (depending on the nature of the deliverables):
a) For web sites or other server-side deliverables intended to only ever exist in one place in the Employer's environment--Deliverables must be installed by the Worker in ready-to-run condition in the Employer's environment.
b) For all others including desktop software or software the employer intends to distribute: A software installation package that will install the software in ready-to-run condition on the platform(s) specified in this project.
Linux, KDE and Gnome, 2.6.x kernels and above, both .rpm and .deb package formats.