It's 'vncserver' not 'vncservers' and you can find a list of the files a package supplies by running
rpm -ql tigervnc-server
... [by TrevorH]
I'm running Fedora 13 on an ESX 4.1 server.
I've changed /etc/inittab to runlevel 3.
I then installed vncserver.
I have a system with fedora17 installed. i am trying to start vncserver to this server.
I have used and configured vnc many a times before but facing this strange issue for the first time.
I tried Fedora for the first time ... installation worked like a dream, then I wanted to access Fedora from my Debian box on my LAN.
What I did in Fedora was:
1. Install vncserver and vnc (Tigervnc server and Tiger vnc were installed)
2. Gave command vncserver and gave passwd it asked for
I have just setup vnc over the LAN using Tigervnc on F12. In general it works beautifully.
One thing I can't find any info on is how to get it to share display :0 , the ultimate objective in this case.,
I'm having a strange issue with tigervnc and connecting via ssh
i'm running the command vncserver -localhost
which creates a connection on port 5901 which is exactly what i need.
i've configured putty as it should be L5901 192.168.1.99:1
now when i try to connect via localhost:1 through ultravnc it comes back with the error
"Connection failed - End of Stream
Possible causes: another us
I have a VNC server which has the folowing configuraions under /etc/sysconfig/vncserver
VNCSERVERS="0:root 1:root 2:root 3:root 4:root 5:root 6:root 7:root 8:root 9:root 10:root"
VNCSERVERARGS="-geometry 800x600 -nolisten tcp -nohttpd -localhost"
I want to change one of the root sessions to be assined to a regular user for example tom so the expected change will be
I have just installed Fedora 19 on my vmware and trying to connect it though vnc however it has become a headache for me.
This is what i have done so far.
I would like connect to a Fedora linux desktop by using vnc with a couple login/passwd and take the control of the current user session.
I v installed vncserver (tigervnc) and x11vnc.
I v configured an user session in /etc/sysconfig/vncserver and launch vncserver :1 -name user.
I can connect remotly but it's a gui root session.
How take the current user session and see what he do?