|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Barrier||10,887||3 years ago||n,ull||gpl-2.0||C|
|Open-source KVM software|
|Teleport||745||4 months ago||41||gpl-2.0||Objective-C|
|Virtual KVM for OS X|
|Usb_laptop_keyboard_controller||343||a day ago||1||other||C++|
|Details for building a USB keyboard and touchpad controller from an old laptop.|
|Rkvm||321||2 days ago||18||mit||Rust|
|Virtual KVM switch for Linux machines|
|Poors Man Ip Kvm||38||3 months ago||gpl-3.0||C|
|It's just ridiculous the price for an IP KVM solution. I simply can't get accept that! So, this is a poor man IP KVM that works pretty well, and allows one to go into a remote Bios machine, setup, boot, install OS... everything!! for around 10$ bucks!!|
|Idrac Kvmclient||13||4 months ago||mit||Python|
|Python iDRACView (iDRAC6) KVM reimplementation|
|Kvm Ip Zynq||11||2 years ago||1||mit||VHDL|
|KVM over IP Gateway targeting Zynq-7000 SoC|
|Usb Metamorph||6||6 years ago||2||mit||C++|
|Arduino Keyboard Mouse Kvm||4||4 years ago||1||gpl-3.0||C++|
|Arduino code for keyboard and mouse control of a computer along with optional power control|
|Kvm Endlessfault||4||5 years ago||C++|
|Virtual Machine Monitor with keyboard and video text mode emulation. Support for ELF loading and gdb connection for debugging purposes.|
Eliminate the barrier between your machines. Find releases for windows and macOS here. Your distro probably already has barrier packaged for it, see distro specific packages below for a list. Alternatively, we also provide a flatpak and a snap.
Our CI Builds are provided by Microsoft Azure Pipelines, Flathub, and Canonical.
Barrier is software that mimics the functionality of a KVM switch, which historically would allow you to use a single keyboard and mouse to control multiple computers by physically turning a dial on the box to switch the machine you're controlling at any given moment. Barrier does this in software, allowing you to tell it which machine to control by moving your mouse to the edge of the screen, or by using a keypress to switch focus to a different system.
Barrier was forked from Symless's Synergy 1.9 codebase. Synergy was a commercialized reimplementation of the original CosmoSynergy written by Chris Schoeneman.
At the moment, barrier is not compatible with synergy. Barrier needs to be installed on all machines that will share keyboard and mouse.
Whereas Synergy has moved beyond its goals from the 1.x era, Barrier aims to maintain that simplicity. Barrier will let you use your keyboard and mouse from one computer to control one or more other computers. Clipboard sharing is supported. That's it.
Hassle-free reliability. We are users, too. Barrier was created so that we could solve the issues we had with synergy and then share these fixes with other users.
Compatibility. We use more than one operating system and you probably do, too. Windows, OSX, Linux, FreeBSD... Barrier should "just work". We will also have our eye on Wayland when the time comes.
Communication. Everything we do is in the open. Our issue tracker will let you see if others are having the same problem you're having and will allow you to add additional information. You will also be able to see when progress is made and how the issue gets resolved.
Please be aware that the only way to draw our attention to a bug is to create a new issue in the issue tracker. Write a clear, concise, detailed report and you will get a clear, concise, detailed response. Priority is always given to issues that affect a wider range of users.
For short and simple questions or to just say hello find us on the Freenode IRC network in the #barrier channel.
At this time we are looking for developers to help fix the issues found in the issue tracker. Submit pull requests once you've polished up your patch and we'll review and possibly merge it.
Most pull requests will need to include a release note. See docs/newsfragments/README.md for documentation of how to do that.
While not a comprehensive list, repology provides a decent list of distro specific packages.
Q: Does drag and drop work on linux?
Q: What OSes are supported?
Q: Are 32-bit versions of Windows supported?