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Re: [suse-kde] vncserver
- From: Andreas Bisiach/i-Seven <Andreas.Bisiach@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2003 06:08:26 +0200
- Message-id: <OFB0B91C2E.B39B8DC5-ONC1256D50.0016BE9A-C1256D50.0016BEBC@xxxxxxxxxx>
I am looking for a solution to this too.
I have test installed SuSE 8.2 and liked a lot that under inetd services I
can autotstart a vncserver that presents med with the KDE logon screen.
(this is when I use vnclient vncserver:10 or 11
But I too miss a way of connecting to my box on screen 0 as see what is on
the default screen.
You mentioned krfb, since I am new to suse 8.2 I am not sur what it is but
I guess that is the feature that after I log on kde, I can invite other to
share my desktop.
Is there any way to autostart that feature as well ? so that I don't need
to log in KDE to share screen 0
-----Daniel Eckl <daniel.eckl@xxxxxx> wrote: -----
From: Daniel Eckl <daniel.eckl@xxxxxx>
Date: 24-06-2003 19:47
Subject: Re: [suse-kde] vncserver
I'm very, very sure that this is exactly the opposite of that what he wants
He doesn't want to start a new session, he wants to connect with vnc to the
current local display running a local session of kde, like the way winvnc
While this is not possible without a hacked vncserver, he can use krfb
is a vnc compatible server showing the current running local kde 3.1
krfb is included in KDE since 3.1 and can be compiled against kde 3.0, too.
Am Dienstag, 24. Juni 2003 19:29 schrieb Jianyu Wang:
> I think when all the thing are correct, you will find the file
> /root/.vnc/xstartup. So replace the original with the following line :
> kde -geometry 1024X860+10+10 -ls -title "what you want"
> or you can replace kde with gnome, when you want use gnomw.
> Don´t forget, use vncviewer like this, 192.168.0.1:1 or 2 and so on.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Dirk Drexlin" <drexlin@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <suse-kde@xxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2003 2:11 PM
> Subject: [suse-kde] vncserver
> > How can I configure vncserver, so that it is possible just to watch the
> > standard desktop? vncserver always starts a new display but I want to
> > (with vncviewer) whats on the current display. I tried it with
> > but it didn't work.
> > What do I have to do? Is it possible at all?
> > Dirk
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