Resetting Xvnc using xdm

Steve Palocz spalocz "at" tgtsolutions.com
Thu, 23 Aug 2001 21:58:45 +0000


Hey David,
Which Unix are you using.
In Solaris 2.6,7 it is
-fp tcp/localhost:7100

Steve

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Subject: RE: Re: Resetting Xvnc using xdm


Oh wow Evan! Nice suggestion! This does exactly what I want. It starts
a fresh Xvnc each time I connect just like you said. Trouble is, things
don't look the same now. Seems to be a font issue. Xterms for example have
strange horizontal character spacing. Double spacing for each character I
type for example. I see a -fp switch for Xvnc but I don't know how to use
it. I've tried every font path specification I see on my system but Xvnc
crashes no matter what directory I specify. I've also inspected the
vncserver script that I was using before trying your suggestion. I don't see
any font specification there at all but somehow it seems to work correctly.
Guess I'll keep trying. I've been at it all day now.

Your suggestion of a mini howto is excellent. I hope I see it.

thanks again, Evan



Barn Owl <barnowl "at" uronramp.net> wrote:

>Using Xvnc with -inetd -once option is what you want it acts just like a
>normal xsession with login ever time you connect. Give me a few days and
>i should haev a new FAq and or minihow to on setting this up. if you are
>in a hurry check out teh Ixnvc in the contribs page.
>
>Evan
>
>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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