Xvnc Fro SCO Openserver

vincent DEDIEU vincent "at" axel.fr
Wed, 09 Aug 2000 09:09:02 +0000


Grant

I attached to this email the file vnc.sco.Z. This compressed tared file
contains:
    Xvnc
    vncpasswd
    vncserver

To run vncserver you must have the 'perl' interpretor.

Note: to compile the VNC source code on SCO, please refer to the VNC site
contributions (there is a section dedicated to SCO). Before compiling, you
must check your PATH variable contains "/usr/bin/X11".

I hope this will help you

  Vincent DEDIEU

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De : Grant Walters <Grant.Walters "at" walters.co.nz>
@ : vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com <vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com>
Date : mercredi 9 ao{t 2000 07:35
Objet : Xvnc Fro SCO Openserver


>Anyone got a binary?  Once upon a time I managed to compile one, but I
don't
>know how I did it or where it went.
>
>ow I can't get it to compile at all.  Lots of complaints about not being
>able to "make World" in the Xvnc directory.
>
>
>Regards
>GRANT WALTERS
>Walters & Associates, P O Box 13-043, Johnsonville, WELLINGTON, New Zealand
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