[CentOS] using vino on centos 4

Tue Apr 26 03:08:48 UTC 2005
Lee Parmeter <leejpar at yahoo.com>

--- Joe Pruett <joey at clean.q7.com> wrote:
> sorry i figured this out after deleting the other parts
> of the thread.
> just run vino-preferences as the user who runs the main x
> display.  it 
> will have various options to enable and as soon as you do
> that you can get 
> to hostname:0 via vnc.  works quite well.

I tried that but it did not work, even running vncviewer on
the server itself.

So, I decided to use the native X display support of
realvnc using vnc.so. This solution gave me what I was
after. I can connect now to the server via vncviewer
server:0 and have root password access to my normal desktop
in gnome.

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