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How do I get x11vnc to turn on during Boot, without logging in, so I can access over SSH Tunnel?

I am using Ubuntu 19.04. I want my vnc server on my ubuntu computer to turn on during and I don't have a monitor plugged into it. I want to be able to run the full ubuntu-desktop remotely. I have ...
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vnc gray screen on debian 10 gnome 3

I describe what I exactly did : First , I installed debian10-netinstall. Then I installed Gnome via 'Tasksel' command. Then I used this Tutorial for installing vnc server. Then I start vncserver ...
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tightvnc on Linux Mint says “could not acquire name on session bus”

I have two linux machines running Linux Mint 19.3. I just install tightvnc server on one of them from apt. On the other I install remmina and remmina vnc plugin. I run vncserver on the host and it ...
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Tightvnc server

I have a VM in which I installed the VNC server (TightVNC) using the link : https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-and-configure-vnc-on-ubuntu-18-04 It is installed ...
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Cannot start vncserver: bind: Cannot assign requested address (99)

I use vnc over ssh with my Raspberry Pi. It has worked fine for a while, but after following these instructions to set up openvpn on my Raspberry Pi running Raspbian OS. I found that I can no longer ...
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TightVNC logs 2nd user on as 1st user to Oracle Linux (RHEL)

My coworker and I are working on an Oracle Linux VPS. We use TightVNC to logon to the desktop. I'm usually logged in first on my own port/session (5901) and when he connects to his (5902) using his ...
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keyboard mapping wrong only in specific applications under TightVNC

I searched pretty thoroughly and I could only find posts in which people have keyboard mappings that are wrong system-wide, however I have a bizarre situation in which most applications work OK, but ...
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How to make tightvnc listen for incoming connections on port 5900?

I'm running tightvnc on a raspberry pi and looking at the log /root/.vnc/hostname:5900.log I see this line: 30/04/14 09:23:18 Listening for VNC connections on TCP port 11800 How can I change this ...