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I'm trying to use LXDE on debian sid, launching it by adding startlxde to the end of ~/.vnc/xstartup.

Using tightvncserver as VNC server:

tightvncserver -alwaysshared :1

However, when I log in from a VNC client, there is a warning saying:

No session for PID xxx

(Where xxx is the PID for a process named lxpolkit)

  • I have something similar using Ubuntu server and lxde. Looking at my xstartup file I see that I had to change the lxde startup command. The 3 I tried was startxfce4 & startlxde & and startlubuntu & The startlubuntu & was the one that worked for me. Perhaps a starting place for you. – jc__ Mar 28 '16 at 14:51

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