For years, the only two programs I know that work fine and let you control your PC from another PC or Android and support audio are RealVNC and SteamLink (I’m speaking about programs on Linux of course, and with local wireless, not network).
It’s impressive how no one made something similar to those two but without having to rely on big companies/closed source software. Some people will tell TigerVNC or VLC… excuse me but those two are garbage, not only they work awful, with delay or graphics glitches, but also don’t support audio or it’s so hard to configure that it’s almost impossible to normal users. I mean is that difficult to have something like SteamLink with a modern protocol, or RealVNC which relies on VNC but with audio?, why isn’t there anything like that yet?.
The features that I’m looking for are:
-Screen share with no more than 1 sec of delay.
-Audio share at the same time
Basically what SteamLink does but without having to use Steam or a closed source service.
Is there any software out there that does this with no hard configurations and being open source and free?.