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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Configure Cent OS 6.4 so that desktop persists after closing VNC session?

I want to configure my newly bought VPS to be able to automatically boot into the Xfce window manager and let users connect to it via VNC and still keep the window manager running after the user ...
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How to exit vncconfig process properly

On CentOS 5.7, when open up a vncconfig, a tray icon shows on the taskbar. Hit close or the x button to close the vncconfig doesn't exit the vncconfig, the tray icon is still there. Next time, if I ...
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Connecting to KVM on a GUI-less CentOS 6.4 using MobaXterm

I followed the directions at this question: Installing KVM on CentOS 6.4 without GUI (yet) But I'm not sure which feature (there are many!) of MobaXterm I should use to connect to the KVM. On the ...
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CentOS VNC-Server

Are there any instructions how to install a VNC-Server on CentOS? Some of them explain how to setup a terminal server, but I primarily want to use the currently logged in desktop.
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Running Mono on CentOS 5 CLI

I have vps server (virtual private server) running on Linux CentOS 5 32 bit , I installed vncserver X-Windows , GNOME and KDE environment and I connect to the VNC server from vncviewer in my Windows 7 ...
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Seem to be having a problem with RealVNC with centos can't input username

Hello I seem to be having a problem with RealVNC with centos. I want to connect to a another machine, but can't because it has been "grayed out". In otherwords, I can't type in the username in the ...
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Install a GUI (KDE) on a centos 5.3

I'm trying to install KDE on a vps of centos 5.3. These are the steps: yum install kdepim yum install vnc vnc-server x11-xorg vncserver vncserver -kill :1 vim ~/.vnc/xstartup #(replaced the last ...