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Re: VNC help (up2date name)



Evan Panagiotopoulos wrote:

Thanks,

Does the vnc client have a specific name? I tried vncclient and
vncviewer but no such package exists.
By the way, I thought that searching in redhat.com for vncviewer
should yield something but... I was wrong.
# rpm -aq |grep vnc
vnc-4.0-0.beta4.1.4  <- client
vnc-server-4.0-0.beta4.1.4

Thanks,

Evan
---- Original Message ----
From: yasushi cabm rutgers edu
To: redhat-list redhat com
Subject: Re: VNC help
Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005 15:24:32 -0400

Evan Panagiotopoulos wrote:

I tried man vncviewer and no such entry exist. I will search with
google for more information.

For v3.0, vncserver comes as default, but you need to install vnc (client) with up2date.
yasushi

Thanks



---- Original Message ----
From: gavitron gmail com
To: redhat-list redhat com
Subject: RE: VNC help
Date: Fri, 16 Sep 2005 12:05:30 -0700

You actually want to run vncviewer to view other desktops,

and there are two ways to setup VNC for remote access to your
desktop;
One, using xinetd turns your redhat box into a Terminal server
a'la
citrix/winframe.

the other way, is to run vncserver from the command line, giving
you
direct
access to the desktop from which you ran the command.

Both are heavily documented on the web.  Try Google.

Regards,

Gavin McDonald
========================
EVI Logistic Enterprises
email: me gavitron com
phone: (604) 313-3845


-----Original Message-----
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On Behalf Of Evan Panagiotopoulos
Sent: Friday, September 16, 2005 11:51 AM
To: redhat-list redhat com
Subject: VNC help

I have the vncserver started and I don't understand how to use
either
the vncserver and/or Xvnc to access another vnc server. In ES
3.0,
under the preferences, there was a vnc option where I was able to
access other servers.

Help!

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