Which VNC server/client for KDE 4.3.4
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 28, 2009
I'm having trouble finding a VNC server/client combination that works for me. The VNC server is to run on a system running Slackware current with KDE 4.3.4. The clients are Apple Macs. The clients access the server via ssh and then issue the vncserver command and then terminate the ssh session. Remote desktop is not an option. In the past using KDE 3.5 this has not been an issue, but with KDE 4 the VNC client is displaying very hard to read text, multiple malformed icons of the same apps in wild colours (among other problems). This problem is preventing me from migrating to the latest version of Slackware running KDE 4. I have tried Chicken of the VNC and JollysFastVNC as clients on the Mac with the same results.
Thanks for any help you can provide.
Which VNC server is running?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 28, 2009
this may sound stupid but I'm lost...
I'm already connecting successfully to a local computer by vncviewer...
I want to configure the vnc server but cannot find out how because I don't know what vnc server is serving vncviewer on client computers, how to find out?
It's a standard Karmic koala setup...
Debian 7 DHCP Server installation problem
location: linuxquestions.com - date: June 2, 2013
Hey! I'm trying to install a DHCP service on Debian 7. As I have understood I have to install a package called "isc-dhcp-server." But when I try to install it in the terminal shows me the following error message:
"E: Unable to locate package isc-dhcp-server "
I checked the packages list available for Debian Wheezy and the package is on the list, however for some reason I am unable to find it. Also, I tried with Aptitude and Synaptic with no success. Does anyone know how I can fix this? Thanks a lot!
PS: I tried with dhcp3-server and couldn't find it either.
Debian Lenny root server hacked with shellbot, any suggestions?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 11, 2011
i am a new member to linuxquestions, unfortunately i have a huge problem and would like to hear your opinion on this.
My Debian Lenny root server was hacked last night. I already searched through several posts and spent some hours with investigating how the hacker came in and what he actually did.
Error in starting vnc server
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 30, 2008
I have ubuntu 6.06 with me, i want to setup vnc server on it so that i can access the machine using clients on win/mac.
whenever i am trying to type "vncserver" on terminal i am getting this error:
"xauth: error in locking authority file /tmp/.gdmuK2oxe"
i tried command "sudo vncserver" also, but it gave the same error.
then i tried vnc4server and it also gave the same error. please tell me why this kind of a problem is there.
Thanks & Regards
How can I get a VNC server running on Precise Pangolin Server 12.04?
- date: May 29, 2012
How can I get a proper VNC server running on Ubuntu Server (Precise Pangolin 12.04)?
I just upgraded my linode Ubuntu Server 10.04/kernel 2.6 to 12.04/kernel 3.x
I followed the directions to install this server for Precise Pangolin here: http://j.mp/JK9smq
I get the following errors in my vnc4server log when I start the VNC server.
I've already downgraded my libxfont1 to 1:1.4.4-1
Am I trying to use the wrong VNC server?
Thanks in advance for any help,
:~$ cat /home/moo/.vnc/kargath:1.log
Xvnc Free Edition 4.1.1 - built Feb 5 2012 20:06:55
Copyright (C) 2002-2005 RealVNC Ltd.
See http://www.realvnc.com for information on VNC.
Underlying X server release 40300000, The XFree86 Project, Inc
Tue May 29 02:30:26 2012
vncext: VNC extension running!
vncext: Listening for VNC connections on port 5901
vncext: created VNC server for screen 0
error opening security po
How to configure the Ubuntu remote desktop function to work as a "normal" VNC server?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 18, 2007
VNCserver allows us to have the desktop environment of the server machine on a remote machine, without interfering the server side desktop.
In Ubuntu 7.04, there is a default "remote desktop" utility, which have similar functions, but will interfere the user's desktop on the server machine, like the situation of VNC in MS windows.
How can I configure it to work like an "ordinary" VNC server?
HOWTO: Set up VNC server with resumable sessions
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 27, 2006
This howto is old, unsupported, and relies on a broken package. This should be used as reference only.
So here's the complete list of steps that are required to set the VNC server that any user can login into and start a session. It is also persistent, meanning that even if you disconnect the VNC client your X session will not end (unless you explicitly log out) and you can reconnect to the same session again. The VNC server uses a separate display (:1) than your regular X server, which works with your physical display (:0). So two sessions can be active at the same time (one person sitting at the physical display and another remotely connecting using VNC).
1. Enable XDMCP
System->Administration->Login Screen Setup
Tab Security->Enable XDMCP
Tab XDMCP--> You can disable "Honor Indirect Requests"
Note: Before doing the next step, you need to make sure the extra repositories (e.g. universe) are enabled:
VNC Server (on Ubuntu) Client on Windows
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 27, 2005
i shared my desktop in Ubuntu (there is the server vncserver icecube:0
But the Client on my windows server shows the message "Failed to connect to server"?!
No Firewall aktive, ping works fine!?
thanks for answers!
VNC Server on Ubuntu
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 3, 2007
I have tried everything that I know to do (which isn't much) but I cannot get VNC Server to run on my PC. I am probably just doing something wrong. It doesn't show in the drop-down menu from the top toolbar at all....anywhere.
From a Terminal, whereis vncserver shows:
vncserver: /usr/bin/vncserver /usr/bin/X11/vncserver /usr/share/vncserver /usr/share/man/man1/vncserver.1.gz
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