VNCViewer not starting anymore

Marko Vojinovic vvmarko at
Sun Dec 11 19:43:33 UTC 2011

On Sunday 11 December 2011 14:33:42 Robert Moskowitz wrote:
> When I first installed f16, I tried out VNCViewer and it started up, but
> the address I was using was blocked from my VNCServer; no problem really....
> So I move my new notebook to the proper VLAN and copied all the files
> from the old notebook, including .ssh, .subversion, and .vnc
> Now when I started VNCViewer, it showed on the top bar, but no dialog
> for entering the server name and port.
> I quited VNCViewer, moved .vnc to vnc-old and tried again, but no dice.
> I don't know if there was a .vnc prior from the install, or the problem
> is elsewhere.  I really need VNC to manage a couple local servers, so
> help would be great...

The .vnc should be recreated if it's not there, so that shouldn't be an issue. 
How about starting vncviewer from the command line, and looking what it 

HTH, :-)

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