vncserver - Command Not Found

Tim Rayner Tim.Rayner "at" csu.edu.au
Fri, 24 Nov 2000 09:24:38 +0000


Hi,

This will be a problem with the path to your perl interpreter.  vncserver is a
perl script - the first line of mine reads
#!/usr/bin/perl
If your perl binary is located elsewhere - eg. /usr/local/bin/perl, you need
to modify this first line so it can find the correct perl binary.  If you
don't have perl on your system, you may be able to manually start Xvnc without
the smarts that the vncserver script tries to do for you - or you could
install perl :)

I hope this helps

Tim.

Max Hugen wrote:

> We've loaded vnc as per instructions at www.uk.research.att.com but when we
> try to run :
>
> # vncserver
>
> we get :
>
> # vncserver: command not found.
>
> We're logged in via telnet as root, and running it from its base directory.
>
> Any suggestions would be welcome for us newbies!
>
> Thanks, Max Hugen
> Hugen Enterprises Pty Ltd
> 207 Flood St, Leichhardt NSW 2040, Australia
> Tel: 02 9560 3061
> www.hugen.com.au
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