Chicken of the VNC

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Chicken of the VNC
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Stable release
2.2b3 / October 21, 2016
Written inObjective-C
    Operating systemMac OS X
    TypeVirtual Network Computing
    LicenseGNU General Public License
    WebsiteChicken at SourceForge Logo.png Search Chicken of the VNC on Amazon.

    Chicken of the VNC is a Virtual Network Computing client for Mac OS X licensed under the GNU General Public License. Development has been stalled since 2005. The name is a play on words referencing the canned tuna brand Chicken of the Sea.

    In October 2010, development was revived on SourceForge under the name Chicken[citation needed], where versions were released there up through version 2.2b2 (released November 16, 2011). Chicken was cloned to a github project , with a 2.2b3 build released on October 21, 2016 which was targeted at Mac OS X Lion (10.7) and above, along with 64-bit processors (macOS Catalina, released October 7, 2019, dropped 32-bit support, causing older releases of Chicken and Chicken of the VNC to stop functioning).

    See also[edit]

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    • Comparison of remote desktop software

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