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Virtual Network Computing (VNC) is a graphical desktop sharing system that can be used to control a computer remotely.

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Start X11vnc on boot at SLIM login window

Debian 7.7 Wheezy, xorg, SLIM, i3 I'm unable to have x11vnc -usepw -forever started with SLIM, to offer a vnc connection on boot, as I do not have a monitor attached to the computer. I tried to add ...
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Cannot change vncserver default geometry

I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 (I think it's desktop...) and running vncserver to connect to it remotely. I can successfully set the resolution if I use the -geometry flag when starting the server, but I ...
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Why can't I start a VNC session using the randr flag?

I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 (I think it's desktop...) and can successfully run vncserver (which ultimately links to /usr/bin/vnc4server) and connect with my client, and I can also add the -geometry flag ...
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Fedora VNC problem- getting a grey screen with three checkboxes

I have set up VNC using this guide, however, despite all my efforts, I can't seem to progress beyond this stage: with three checkboxes saying "Accept Clipboard from Viewers", "Send Clipboard to ...
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Change default X server to vnc debian

My question is quite simple - I have a Debian Wheezy box running a default X desktop. I have installed tightvncserver but I want to make it my default x server - so that when X starts, instead of ...
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VNC-Server as a virtual X11 monitor

From a currently running X11 session, I would like to provide run a VNC server such that it appears to my system as a second, “virtual” monitor – i.e. so that I can position it using xrandr and the ...
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VNC connection times out

I have a VNC server running on a box but can't connect to it over the internet and I don't know why. Here's what I have: on server $ ps ax | grep Xvnc 21304 ? S 0:00 Xvnc4 :1 -desktop ...
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remote desktop on host

I have a host and I need people from Europe to access application on its desktop. So far I have told them to use ssh -x -C user@host and then launch an application with application& to get the app ...
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How to access a RHEL desktop remotely without unlocking the screen?

I usually leave a lot of processes running on my RHEL 6 workstation, and sometimes need to access the desktop remotely on my Macbook. I have used Screen Sharing on Mac and it works fine, except that ...
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VNC & SSH : local (win-putty) -> hop (linux) -> remote (linux)

I'm gettin a headache trying to access a remote VLC & SSH. This is the situation : Local : Win box behind NAT, dynamic IP. I want to connect from here. Hop : Linux box, static IP server Remote ...
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A VNC server is already running - howcome?

[root@localhost ~]# service vncserver restart Shutting down VNC server: 11:SXYZ 12:DXYZ 13:FXYZ [FAILED] Starting VNC server: 11:SXYZ A VNC server is already running as :11 ...
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How to login to same session with same user using xrdp and tigervnc-server?

I have Centos 6.4 with Gnome2, I'm accessing it through its xrdp (Version 0.5.0) and Xvnc TigerVNC 1.1.0 services. The clients machine are an Android tablet and a Windows 7 PC, these are using ...
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vncserver-x11 binary not found!

In which package I can find vncserver-x11 binary? I installed x11vnc and I found only x11vnc binary.I don't have any package named vncserver-x11 in repository. $uname -a Linux 3.2.0-67-generic ...
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Connect to a remote linux server that is in default setup, not configured to be connected?

In our Company we have an internal-wikipedia-like help site. The Problem is, the MindTouch-Wiki is out of date, so i have to update it! The Problem is, its running virtual. Its Ubuntu 7.7 In ...
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Understanding “vncserver -list” with respect to Xvnc processes

I have a pretty standard setup on a Centos 6.5 VM. I've configured VNC sessions to start at boot per CentOS's wiki VNCSERVERS="1:root 2:moe 3:curly" VNCSERVERARGS[1]="-geometry 640x480" ...
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Why VNC performance seems to have dropped over the years?

I've been using VNC since around 2000 (even earlier), back then I used a 19k cellular modem to connect to my desktop. Lately I've been connecting to my Ubuntu desktop from my Android phone. It seems ...
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How to source /etc/profile and .bashrc while starting vncserver

I have an installation of RHEL5.10 (2.6.18-371.11.1.el5) with vncserver: # rpm -qa | grep vnc libvncserver-0.9.7-2.el5 vnc-server-4.1.2-14.el5_6.6 x11vnc-0.9.13-8.el5 While my other installations ...
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Centos 7 and VNC access right?

UPDATE: I posted on the Tiger VNC forum and someone suggested that this may be a result of PolicyKit (now called PolKit, I believe). Does anyone know how to change this policy? These are all ...
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Transfer X from monitor to remote machine

I want to remote login to another laptop to continue working on session left over. VNC is slow because it's bandwith hog. I know (or I think I know) that it's not latency, it's bandwith because the ...
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kill or kick all clients from a running vncserver without restarting the server

I encounter quite often the problem, that I want to kick all connected clients from a running vncserver. Even better would be to be able to kick / kill even certain clients. With netstat -tupa | grep ...
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Starting a VNC session on a new X display

I'm currently using x11vnc to share my existing X session over VNC. What I'd like to do is to start a new X session/display which would work and act exactly like the existing one, except wouldn't be ...
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Remotely turn off display output?

I'm using x11vnc and SSH to tunnel VNC remotely to my local machine. One of the interesting side-effects of this is that as I use my work computer from home, my coworkers will see me moving around ...
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xtightvnc through ssh gateway — connection refused

Following setup: homepc -> gateway -> workpc workpc:~$ tightvncserver :12 homepc:~$ ssh -N gatewayuser@gateway -L 1212:workpc:5912 Now I try to connect via homepc:~$ xtightvncviewer ...
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Multiple X sessions with VNC

I have two separate X Sessions. One is unity Ubuntu Desktop The Second one is XBMC. I use the built-in remote desktop sharing vino of ubuntu for VNC. When the Ubuntu Desktop is up on the server ...
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How can I forward sound over VNC?

I use TightVNC and Remmina Remote Desktop to connect my Raspberry Pi to my Ubuntu laptop over VNC. It works great for the most part, except for the fact that there is no sound. I have googled all ...
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VNC on elementary os

I installed elementary OS on my laptop and tried to install VNC server. First I installed vnc4server, opened and logged from phone. On screen I saw: failed to load session gnome How do I need to ...
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How to make vnc server and ldap authentication work together?

I have a RHEL 6.4 box and I am running tigervnc-server on the box to enable remote gui access for different users. I have the users created locally and have created separate displays for them in the ...
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gnome-session error on rhel (canberra-gtk-module error)

When starting cppeclipse in gnome-session via vnc it appears following error on rh6 canberra-gtk-module not found, module is present in /usr/lib/x64/ also fails when LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib/x64/ is ...
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Is there a way to start a VNC-server for an already running X-session?

For Windows there are VNC-"servers" that can be started by the user manually som time after log-in. Is there anything similar for Linux? A program that can be started manually in an already running ...
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A messagebox keeping popping up in my centos VNC server asking to change proxy settings?

I have included a screenshot of what it looks like. It keeps appearing and in the morning you to close it 50 times. Could you please help me identify where the problem lies? NOTE: It's CentOs 6 ...
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tightvnc configuration - software version check

I have a raspberry pi and just managed to setup TightVNC running fine, but it looks like I can't use file transfer on the client. The viewer is 2.7 but I don't know what is my tightvncserver's version ...
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Qemu 2.0 Windows guest - mouse stops working (vnc) when using usb-passthrough

I have installed Qemu 2.0 on an Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS computer. I use Qemu to run multiple virtual machines. One of them is using Windows 8.1 Pro (x64) and is used for back-ups. The guest runs fine ...
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TightVNC shows the window cropped

I am running debian live cd in qemu (kvm), and when I connect to VNC via vncviewer localhost:5900 the window is cropped to some static width and height combination. Making window fullscreen or ...
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VNC Server without X Window System

Will a VNC server work without X Server installed? I know vnc works with X Server, but what about without it?
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vim/gvim failing to put X11 clipboard in registers “+ or ”*?

Due to the lack of security with standard vino server, I switched to use x11vnc on my linux (with Xubuntu 14.04) box and SSVNC on the windows side. With vino, cut and paste from windows to Linux ...
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VNC server on Centos 6.4

I have a Centos Desktop VM installed in Virtualbox, and want to connect to it using VNC. I have tried to install vnc-server, but could not connect. I removed it, then tried tigervnc-server, but same ...
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Connecting remotely to Red Hat [closed]

so I've done this tutorials http://nearlydeaf.com/?p=1122 http://golubev.org/?p=73 also installed minimal version of gnome in Redhat my firewall is open on port 3389 and then trying to connect ...
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How to make tightvnc listen for incoming connections on port 5900?

I'm running tightvnc on a raspberry pi and looking at the log /root/.vnc/hostname:5900.log I see this line: 30/04/14 09:23:18 Listening for VNC connections on TCP port 11800 How can I change ...
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GPL Alternative to Nomachine that is not FreeNX

Anyone know something that is actively maintained? I'm currently using XRDP, but it is somewhat buggy, also I'd prefer to utilize non-corporate driven standards, even though RDP is an open spec.
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How to install Ubuntu 13.10 virtual machine on top of KVM running on Ubuntu 13.10

When I try to install LUbuntu 13.10 as a virtual machine using Qemu-KVM running on Lubuntu 13.10, I get a garbled screen when I start the virtual machine and/or when I start the installation process. ...
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keyboard shortcut over vnc not working

I'm not sure if my issue is with linux or vnc or both. I'm running on a system with centos which I'm VNCing into. I want to be able to toggle between windows inside the linux box, but I want alt-tab ...
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customizing size of emacs windows in twm, depending on the vnc session

I connect to the same Unix system (that runs tab windows manager, twm) via vnc. I connect from a laptop with a small screen and from a workstations with a large screen. I have started two different ...
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Desktop appears as a terminal when viewed via VNCserver client

I have installed vnc server on a RHEL 6.5 machine using the following commands: yum -y install tigervnc-server xorg-x11-fonts-Type1 and have made the changes to the /etc/sysconfig/vncservers file ...
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Issues in XRDP installation on Cent OS 6.5

I already went through the similar issue tracked in Installing XRDP on Cent OS 6.5, however it haven't helped me to fix. I am using MAC and trying to install XRDP in CentOS release 6.5 (64 bit). So ...
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VNC - Arch - Gnome; I can't type in the password on the login screen because it is cleared every second

I have an Arch linux box that is almost running perfectly but when i connect to the vncserver and the sreensaver turns the screen black, i am forced to reenter the password on the loginscreen of gnome ...
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SSH tunnel to VNC on a Windows 7 system. Error: Tunnel device open failed

The system I'm trying to SSH from is Fedora 20 x86_64. The system tunneling to is Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit and it has Cygwin installed with TigerVNC and OpenSSH. VNC is running on Windows 7 on port ...
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Tightvnc server on debian closes the connection when I open a program

I installed TightVNC server on my Debian Wheezy machine. I'm using KDE. I'm able to connect to the server, but as soon as I click on any icon on the desktop of the server, the client loses the ...
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Connection to tigervnc gets closed immediately

I want to use VNC for remote access to a local Centos 6.4 desktop. I've installed tigervnc server, set a password for the user, opened port 5901 in the firewall, and started the vnc server. I tried to ...
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Installing XRDP on Cent OS 6.5

I am trying to install xrdp service on one my VPS server, and though all installed successfully I get following error after connecting via Windows MSTSC service. Following are the resources I have ...
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Equivalent of VINO in Red Hat

Vino is a VNC server which is installed by default on Ubuntu (Debian family). Is there a VNC Server installed by default on Red Hat, is it the same?