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Tony Shum Tony.Shum "at" analog.com
Wed, 08 Aug 2001 18:44:40 +0000


Hello Roger,

The easiest way is to do is just use "-pn" option for the vncserver just like
what Shaddy Baddah said, or add that your vncserver script just like the example
below.


---- vncserver
...
...
# Now start the X VNC Server

$cmd = "Xvnc :$displayNumber";
$cmd .= " -desktop " . &quotedString($desktopName);
$cmd .= " -httpd $vncClasses";
$cmd .= " -auth $xauthorityFile";
$cmd .= " -geometry $geometry" if ($geometry);
$cmd .= " -depth $depth" if ($depth);
$cmd .= " -pixelformat $pixelformat" if ($pixelformat);
$cmd .= " -rfbwait 120000";
$cmd .= " -rfbauth $vncUserDir/passwd";
$cmd .= " -rfbport $vncPort";
$cmd .= " -bs -pn";
$cmd .= " -cc 3"; 
...
...
---- end of vncserver

Good luck
TS
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