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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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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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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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571 views

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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launch x11vnc on bootup

I am using archlinux version 3.10.27-1-ARCH on my remote PC and I would like it to launch x11vnc server on successful bootup. Though i can start the x11vnc server manually, I am having trouble ...
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Is it possible for a program to have its dedicated X display?

Can a program have its own dedicated X display, as though it can start the X display, set the screen size to match its own size and ensure that no other program can use that X display? Some VNC ...
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Performance and limitations of using an X GUI remotely?

I don't really have any experience with X. It appears from what I read that X has always been built from the ground up to allow windows in the WM to be transmitting over the internet, without ...
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Is there anyway to make vnc viewer function like Xming with allowing linux windows move freely about?

I have a vncserver set up on my remote machine and am using vnc viewer to interact with that machine. I am also used to doing the following: 1. Remote connecting to a machine with an ssh client like ...
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Mute sound from specific virtual display

I'm using Linux, precisely Mint 13 Maya, which is based on Ubuntu Precise. I was wondering if there was any way to mute sound coming from other virtual displays, or to only have sound playing from ...
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can't start x11vnc without attached monitor

I'd like to setup x11vnc (or any other vnc server) to start at boot-time. The display manager is kdm, the distribution is Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS. When I try to start x11vnc, I'm getting this errors: $ ...
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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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How to configure xorg.conf for widescreen VNC on headless Linux/Ubuntu?

I have a Ubuntu 12.10 Box configured to run headless. I've managed to boot X headless by a lot of trial and error but I still have a glitch: When booting using the monitor, it all works ok, widescreen ...
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Alternate screensaver settings on different X instances

On my desktop system, I run two instances of X-- one is associated with the physical screen, one is associated with a virtual screen (a la vncserver). I use the physical one to do things related to ...
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TigerVNC Cinnamon session on Fedora 17

I'm trying to properly start a Cinnamon (2D) session in tigervnc-server on Fedora 17 "Beefy Miracle". The only way I currently know to accomplish this is to modify the file /etc/X11/xinit/Xclients. ...
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How can I disable the X-server on Fedora 17?

I want to use a Fedora 17 "Beefy Miracle" system as a network-shared desktop for cooperative work. For this I'm using TigerVNC which brings its own X-Server and starts a completely separate desktop ...
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How can I have new ~/.vnc/xtartup files be configured for normal desktop by default?

When a user first runs vncserver, the following ~/.vnc/xstartup file gets created: #!/bin/sh # Uncomment the following two lines for normal desktop: # unset SESSION_MANAGER # exec ...
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x11vnc window manager

I am using x11vnc and started it so it created the X server by itself like this: x11vnc -localhost -rfbauth -create /root/.vnc/passwd But the VNC session created, does not have a window manager, ...
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What is the relation between DISPLAY :1.0 and port 5901

When I start a new X server using vncserver I can connect it using port 5901. From, say, a terminal, I can also do a: export DISPLAY=:1.0 xterm (it's just an example) And I get an xterm on the ...
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Is there a xterm equivalent that is optimized for use over VNC?

tl;dr Is there a terminal emulator that uses rectangular copies for scrolling? I'm doing a lot over work over the internet just now (hacking a program on my employer's cluster that can't be ...
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Launch X11vnc server on Ubuntu remote desktop through SSH

I have a Windows computer and I am currently connected to a Ubuntu 12.04 system through SSH using CRT on my Windows computer. I would like to know the commands that I need to run from my SSH session ...
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How can I allow a different user to connect to my session using X11vnc?

I'm trying to use x11vnc to allow users to remote control certain computers. This works fine in general, but there is one aspect I have trouble implementing. I want to restrict access to a specific ...
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How can I force LXDE to have a transparent background when connecting with X/X11?

Just got my Raspberry Pi in the mail and I've started playing around with it. After getting LXDE up and working working in desktop mode (i.e. monitor and keyboard plugged in) I decided I wanted to ...
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Is it possible to keep a vnc server alive after log out?

I am using OpenSUSE and I have created a script that launches at startup the x11vnc server. But when the user logs out x11vnc is killed. I want it to start again automatically. Here the script I ...
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Is it possible to redirect X of an ssh session to the display of a connected vncviewer

I have a setup of three machines. Machine A runs a vncserver and an ssh server, Machine B runs a vncviewer, Machine C runs an ssh client. The vncviewer on B connects to the vnc server on A. The ...
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Headless Debian Server + Windows Clients + X11 Forwarding

I have a headless debian server that I SSH into regularly. I want to know set it up so that users can ssh in and then run something like iceweasel, and a window will popup on their machine which is ...
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using SSH to connect to remote CentOS 5.6 server where Firefox running on server is very slow [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How to speed up X over SSH on a slow network connection? I've installed firefox on CentOS 5.6 and I'm using X11 SSH to remotely login to view the browser. Firefox ...
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How can I program vncserver to automatically setup my shells for me?

I use VNC to connect to a hosted machine. Whenever I start a VNC server at some port and connect to it, I first need to setup my shells for me - 5 of them in a particular configuration that I like and ...
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FreeBSD: Opening X applications after su to root?

Using FreeBSD 8.2. I'm accessing my machine over vnc using tightvnc. I log in as my normal user. This is okay. I can open X applications and they display fine. Then I su to root and they won't ...