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  <project_license>GPL-2.0+ and BSD and LGPL-3.0+ and MIT</project_license>
  <summary>A multi-platform screen and application forwarding system</summary>
   Xpra is a multi-platform persistent remote display server and client for
   forwarding applications and desktop screens.
    It gives you remote access to individual applications or full desktops.
    On X11, it is also known as 'screen for X11': it allows you to run programs,
    usually on a remote host, direct their display to your local machine, and
    then to disconnect from these programs and reconnect from the same
    or another machine, without losing any state.
    It can also be used to forward full desktops, from X11 servers,
    MS Windows, or Mac OS X.
    Xpra also allows forwarding of sound, clipboard and printing services.
    With X11 programs, Xpra can be used "rootless" or "seamless":
    programs you run under it show up on your desktop as regular programs,
    managed by your regular window manager.
    Sessions can be accessed over SSH, or password  protected over plain
    TCP sockets.  Xpra is usable over reasonably slow links and does its
    best to adapt to changing network bandwidth constraints.
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    <caption>The session launcher dialog running on Fedora</caption>
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