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

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Remote VNC from Fedora to Ubuntu

PC-A: remote Ubuntu box PC-B: my local Fedora box PC-A [via ssh]: apt-get install tightvncserver and i gived a good password ok! PC-B: yum install vinagre i flushed all my iptables rule And i ...
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I'm moving up from managed hosting to a VPS. What do I need to know?

I'll be starting to use a VPS for my web hosting this week, which is a big step-up for me since I've only used managed/shared services before. I've a bit of experience with Linux and I'm not afraid of ...
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Task Switcher inside VNC

I run a VNC client (tightvnc) along with other applications on a Windows machine. Inside my VNC session, I typically have several xterms and gvim windows open. How can I switch between the ...
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TightVNC not running gnome-session

I have a Debian Lenny box with Gnome desktop. I've installed Tightvnc server on it and would like to see a Gnome session when connecting from another computer using VNC viewer. But for some reason it ...
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vnc connection working with PuTTY but not with command line

I am using PuTTY to connect to a distant network to then set up x11vnc and then using ssl/sshvnc as a client. in the host name for PuTTY I have: ssh.inf.uk and port: 22 in the ssh tunnel options I ...
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vnc over ssh port assignment

At the office I have on the servers a vnc server running. In Windows I use putty to connect to the server, I log in and then use realvnc to see the desktop. But I cannot get this to work on Linux. I ...
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Differences between VNC and ssh -X

Why would you use VNC (or for that matter NX) instead of just using ssh -X (-Y). I read that VNC uses less bandwidth, but is there any other differences/advantages with respective tool?
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XForwarding Applications from OSX

Using XForwarding, you can access GUI applications over ssh between two Xorg-powered machines (and sometimes even from a windows machine). Is there a way to access OSX applications (like Finder) from ...
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Accessing a remote OSX system from OSX, Linux, Windows

Is it possible to connect to a remote OSX machine using OSX, Linux or Windows in a way similar to Windows' remote desktop?
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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 ...