Chicken of the VNC
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"Mac OS 10 VNC client (a.k.a. viewer)"
Small and totally does the trick (for VNC server, whether Mac or Windows, and if Mac OS 10.4, can turn on the VNC in the Advanced part of the "Remote Desktop" checkbox in the Sharing System Preferences). Used it on many machines.
not a server (but doesn't claim to be either, so not really a con)
Small and Simple VNC ViewerJust FYI, for OS 10.5 and 10.6 users, you can still turn on "Remote Management" in the Sharing System Preference; i.e. and in that settings, check to allow VNC clients...
Updated on Feb 23, 2010
But as far as a viewer, go to the System folder, then Library, then CoreServices, and run "Screen Sharing"! Super simple (e.g. would have to manually port forward 5900 over 22 for stuff like that), but does the trick if you just want vnc (without any added software).