Also UltraVNC Viewer worked well under Wine on Linux. You only require the "vncviewer.exe" program. See my example command line below:
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vncviewer.exe -proxy 111.222.333.444:5901 ID:123456 -quickoption 3 -keepalive 1 -fullscreen -notoolbar > /dev/null 2>&1 &
Presumably it should be possible to build a "ChunkVNC for Linux", (using perhaps "Python + TKinter").
I tried to get the Linux "vncviewer" and also "ssvnc" to work with it, (instead of the UltraVNC Viewer) but couldn't get it to work properly in the limited time I had available...