[CentOS] vnc kde emacs redraw issue

Wed Mar 18 13:28:41 UTC 2020
Steve Clark <steve.clark at netwolves.com>

On 03/18/2020 09:19 AM, Jyrki Tikka wrote:
> On Wed, 2020-03-18 at 07:31 -0400, Steve Clark wrote:
>> Does anyone have access to the following that could help me with the
>> issue I am having trying to
>> use kdrc with vnc and emacs.
>> VNC redraw issues with emacs on KDE
>> https://access.redhat.com/solutions/1585893
> There is a workaround:
> 1. Initiate the VNC session, click on shadow man (start)
>     -> under search box type in 'desktop' select 'Desktop Effects'
> 2. Window 'Desktop Effects - KDE Control Module' will appear under
>      General Tab, select option "Enable desktop effects at startup"
>     which is under Activation
> 3. Disable (uncheck) all the options under 'Simple effect setup'
>     and under "All Effects"
> 4. Close the vnc session and reboot the RHEL7 box (vnc server)
> 5. Initiate a new vnc session
> <(*) Jyrki
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Thanks but I don't have desktop effects enabled.

Stephen Clark

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