VNC will not go to full scree

Michael Herron m-herron "at" northwestern.edu
Thu, 10 Jan 2002 22:56:13 +0000


That does it.  Thanks!  Sent to list in case anyone else cares.

The X drawing is somewhat slow with such a big screen.  Is this due to
the (possibly somewhat slow) graphics chip on the laptop?

michael

Shing-Fat (Fred) Ma writes:
 > Is it possible that you're being limited by the desktop size
 > as defined by the server?  I VNC in from laptop viewer to
 > solaris server.  When I start the server on solaris, I specify
 > 
 >      -geometry 1400x1050
 > 
 > if I want my desktop to fill the whole screen when I put the
 > viewer in fullscreen mode.
 > 
 > Fred
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 > Fred Ma
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 > 
 > > Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2002 15:52:29 -0500
 > > From: "Todd Seeleman"
 > > Subject: RE: Newbie Problem
 > >
 > > Greetings,
 > >
 > >         I'd like to run both VNC and Terminal Services on a WIN2K Server
 > > but I find
 > > that connecting via VNC gives me a new screen rather than the server's
 > > console screen I'm seeking.  If I disable terminal services I then get the
 > > console screen.  I need to work with some open apps on the console screen
 > > but I'd also like to be able to use terminal services some of the time.
 > > Any
 > > ideas?
 > >
 > > Todd Seeleman
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