Resetting Xvnc using xdm

Quek Hong Cheang quekhc "at" altavista.com
Thu, 23 Aug 2001 04:14:16 +0000


Use the -once option with Xvnc and the server will close when you log out.  Then write a script to restart Xvnc so that the next person has a login window.  Hope that this helps.

On Wed, 22 August 2001, davidwestbury "at" netscape.net wrote:

> 
> I have Xvnc server running xdm. I need Xvnc to automatically reset when client connections close. VNC seems like a great application but if
> it leaves sessions open to whoever connects next then I can't use it.
> I can't believe there's no way to accomplish this since it's such a massive
> security trap. But I can't find anything about resetting Xvnc remotely on the VNC web site. Any help is appreciated 
> 
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