Running Xvnc on Linux without XServer

Barn Owl barnowl "at" uronramp.net
Fri, 24 Aug 2001 16:26:03 +0000


THe machine in question does not have to actually run X just have it
installed so that VNC can get at the files it needs that is with the
-inetd option. The redhat script just lauches a normal VNC session for
specfic user. Have you tried looking in to that yet?

Marc Rink wrote:
> 
> Hello!
> 
> we have a linux machine (RedHat) running, with a graphics card, NOT capable
> of running X (tried for some time, did not work). Any idea how to run
> vncserver (Xvnc) during boot? i've heard something about a
> program/server/whatever called "frambuffer". someone claimed it to be an
> XServer without graphics. Any hints for me, please?
> 
> regards
> Marc
> 
> elix
> European Logistix GmbH
> Marc Rink
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> 
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