Another silly question: where do I put x0vncserver so it will start up when
a user logs into KDE and/or gnome and die when they log out?
On 11/17/06, Jamie Bohr <jamiebohr(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Interesting, I don't know VNC very well I guess. The help section of
x0vncserver (x0vncserver -h) says 5998 is the default. I tried that, I did
not realize I needed to add a double colon (hostname::port). I was using a
single colon. Completely my fault.
On 11/17/06, William Hooper <whooperhsd3(a)earthlink.net> wrote:
> Jamie Bohr wrote:
> > After logging into X (KDE) I start x0vncserver. I tried several
> > (-display=:0) but none seem to resolve my issue. From a remote (or
> > local system) I try to connect to the server using vncviewer
> hostname:0, I
> > get Connection refused. I can telnet hostname 5998 and get a
> > I
> > have googled around and found nothing. I am missing something just
> > sure what? How do I connect to a VNC server?
> Port 5998 is non-standard for VNC. You would have to specify the port
> rather than a display number. For example:
> vncviewer hostname::5998
> > I am finding I can not connect to any VNC session (not even :1 after
> > starting it) yet I can telnet to the port. Any input would be greatly
> > appreciated.
> Do you have a firewall enabled? Have you looked at the vnc log file to
> verify it started? Can you telnet to port 5901?
> William Hooper
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