KDE Universal Remote Desktop has the goal of becoming an extendable remote desktop control client frontend.
While Kurd is developed using KDevelop 3.0 (Gideon) on a Gentoo 1.4 system running KDE 3.1, the interface is generic enough that any KDE 3.x version should work. No testing outside of my development system has been done at this point.
The recommended backends for Kurd are:
rdesktop >= 1.2.0
tightvnc >= 1.2.8
I was inspired to create Kurd based on a lack of a rdesktop front end under KDE. I wanted something similar to tsclient, which is a GTK+ based front end. After much searching for a KDE tool, I discovered KRdesktop by Mattias Douhan. KRdesktop was unfortunately not exactly what I was looking for. I used the appearance of KRdesktop to create the onfiguration dialog of Kurd, so I wish to give credit where it is due.