I have a laptop with
i3 installed and a desktop with
Win 7 installed.
My goal is to run a VNC server on the laptop and connect to it from my
Win 7 desktop via VNC viewer and be able to use my
i3config that I have setup on the laptop itself.
tigervnc installed on the laptop and
TightVNC installed on my desktop. I am able to start a
vncserver and then connect to it from the
vncviewer, but here's the tricky part...
I can't get
i3 to work properly on my desktop. Once I am connected to the server it displays 4
xterm instances without any proper layout (scattered accross the screen in no order). Do I have to export my
i3config somehow to the
Unfortunately I am at work at the moment so I can't paste my
.xstartup but I can do that once I get home.
Have anyone of you gotten
VNC to properly work with
i3? If so, how?
Just to clarify: I don't have any issues with connecting to the server, I just don't get the wm (in this case
i3) to work.
TLDR; How do I get
i3 to work with a
Windows 7 client using