I don't know (yet), but what I can tell is that AlternativeTo is completely wrong.None of the alternative options is build to enable fast access to a desktop in clientless/HTML5 mode.
An alternate option could be parallels.
You can connect to your machine via a web browser witch makes it portable, for anyone who wants to connect to that machine, but its difficult to setup on the host machine.
It is a browser based solution supporting all important protocols (VNC, RDP, SSH). Works flawlessly completely inside Docker.
[Edited by roemer, June 14]
clientless, HTML5 based, blazingly fast and open source!
Unfortunately I don't think any of these are alternatives to Guacamole. The whole point of Guacamole is client-less HTML5 based remote access. I think all of these alternatives require the download, and installation/execution of software as well as firewall configuration allowing outbound connections over their ports.
Yes I think so. I do agree, I am still trying to find something but that works out of the box.
Reply written over 6 years ago
guacamole pretty much does run out of the box without much config (if any). I personally use mattgruters guacamole-docker-containers and it works flawlessly - up and running in <5min. Just be sure to get all 3 containers and then follow the instructions.https://hub.docker.com/r/mattgruter/guacamole-webserver/
Reply written about 5 years ago
Moritzafl still in incubating phase a an Apache project http://guacamole.incubator.apache.org/ so besides not being in a production, which I will expect to be able to deploy in most distros and have some kind of good web gui to admin and setup i will expect more documentation and tutorials; Don't get me wrong I think is a great initiative and I see a lot of potential in the general industry, but still not working out of box, even using Docker.
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