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Re: vnc





On 8/7/07, roland <roland cat be> wrote:
On Tue, 07 Aug 2007 23:08:54 +0200, Javier Perez <pepebuho gmail com >
wrote:

> On 8/7/07, roland <roland cat be> wrote:
>>
>> On Tue, 07 Aug 2007 18:35:13 +0200, Andrew Parker
>> < andrewparker bigfoot com> wrote:
>>
>> > On 8/7/07, Craig White <craig tobyhouse com> wrote:
>> >> yeah...you need to implement /home/roland/.Xclients-default as I
>> listed
>> >> in previous e-mail (adjust for GNOME or other desktop manager as
>> needed)
>> >> because you are seeing twm. Restart vncserver service after you make
>> the
>> >> adjustment.
>> >
>> > or edit the ~/.vnc/xstartup and replace the "twm &" on the last line
>> > with "startkde&" or "gnome-session&" as per your fancy.
>> >
>> I tried that also but this does not work eather.
>>
>> I also tried the suggestion of Craig:
>>
>> $ cat ~/.Xclients-default
>> > > #! /bin/bash
>> > > # Created by Red Hat Desktop Switcher
>> > >
>> > > WM="startkde"
>> > > WMPATH="/usr/bin /opt/bin /usr/local/bin /usr/X11R6/bin"
>> > >
>> > > for p in $WMPATH ; do
>> > >         [ -x $p/$WM ] && exec $p/$WM
>> > > done
>> > >
>> > > exit 1
>>
>> but no result.
>>
>> ?????? :-8
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>
> Try this tutorial. I always go back to it when I need to configure VNC.
> It
> is quite simple
>
> http://fedoranews.org/tchung/vnc/printer.shtml
>
when I restart service vncserver I see the message: No sisplays configured

Whatever this means....
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Did you uncomment the two lines on xstartup as the tutorial says?
 
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If you edit the script called xstartup, you will notice following comment in red.
Uncomment those two lines in red as shown below!!! Otherwise, you will get nothing but grey screen.
#!/bin/sh
                                                                                                    
# Uncomment the following two lines for normal desktop:

unset SESSION_MANAGER
exec /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc
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