'A VNC server is already running as :10', but it isn't!
Tue Dec 3 20:40:01 2002
I see this all the time on my Linux box when I reboot the computer without running a
"vncserver -kill :10". It usually complains that there is a .pid file not in ~/.vnc
but in "/tmp/.X11/" or something like that. Deleting the appropriate lock file
fixes the problem.
> On Tue, 3 Dec 2002, William Hooper wrote:
>> Are you sure that there isn't a server running on :10?
> Yes. Using appropriate 'ps' commands I can see all of the other vnc processes,
> but there isn't one for :10.