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Re: using VNC on Fedora



On Thu, 2009-01-08 at 10:58 -0500, Claude Jones wrote:
> On Thursday 08 January 2009 10:34:22 John Aldrich wrote:
> > For the OP, here's a copy of my ~/.vnc/xstartup file which works great:
> >
> > #!/bin/sh
> >
> > # Red Hat Linux VNC session startup script
> > unset SESSION_MANAGER
> > #exec /usr/bin/startkde
> > exec gnome-session
> >
> > [end xstartup]
> 
> Thanks to you and Ed. I tried to use KDE using your suggestion, but, it didn't 
> seem to like that my regular session was already running KDE, and errored out. 
> I switched to the exact suggestion you make above, and it worked, but not 
> before doing what Ed suggested, killing and restarting the VNCServer. 
> 
> If I may, another question that is on my topic:
> Are there any other VNC apps that work in F10. Specifically, I would like a 
> viewer that remembered the connections I've made, so I wouldn't have to type 
> all that IP info in each time, or maybe there's a way to make the VNC viewer 
> do it that I haven't discovered - I did go through all the options...
----
I have found that once I switched to freenx, VNC no longer interested
me.

By the way, the TSClient application on F10 saves each connection to its
own connection document - pretty much giving you what you want.

Craig


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