synergy-core  1.10.2-stable
About: Synergy is software for sharing one mouse and one keyboard between multiple computers on your desk allowing to seamlessly move the mouse cursor from one screen to another (works on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X). Synergy 1.
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synergy-core Documentation

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  2. If you want to search for something by keyword rather than browse for it you can use the client side search facility (using Javascript and DHTML) that provides live searching, i.e. the search results are presented and adapted as you type in the Search input field at the top right.
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README.md

Synergy Core

This is the open source core component of Synergy, a keyboard and mouse sharing tool.

Things most people will need.

  • Download - Get the compiled version of Synergy 1 or Synergy 2.
  • Contact Support - Open a support ticket and talk directly to the Synergy team.
  • Help Guides - Self-help guides and information for when you don't want to talk to people.
  • Join us on Slack - Talk to other Synergy users in real time using instant messaging.
  • Symless Forums - Discuss Synergy issues on the Symless Forums.

Advanced Users

Not for the faint hearted. Only use these if you know what you're doing.

  • Getting Started - How to checkout the code from git and use the right branch.
  • Compiling - Instructions on how to compile Synergy Core from source.
  • Text Config - Write a text config file when running Synergy Core manually.
  • Command Line - Go full manual and run Synergy Core from the command line.