Invalid Protocol

Daniel Tan danieltan "at" shopnsave.com.sg
Wed, 23 Jan 2002 01:49:49 +0000


Hi Mike,
                i got vnc-server-3.3.3r1-9..... it is 3.3.3, so what could
be the likely problem? i will try either with inetd or xinetd again..
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Morrell" <mike "at" themorrells.org>
To: <danieltan "at" shopnsave.com.sg>
Cc: <vnc-list "at" uk.research.att.com>
Sent: Monday, January 21, 2002 11:41 PM
Subject: Re: Invalid Protocol


> Dan,
>
>   As I thought.  What you are seeing is Xvnc returning an error when it
> starts.  Check the settings you entered, looking closely at the inetd or
> xinetd settings.  Also check the version of your VNC.  Older versions did
> not support launching as an inetd process.
>   My best guess at this point is that you have an old version of vnc-
> server.  You have redhat so type 'rpm -q vnc-server' and let us know what
> version is returned.  If it is not 3.3.3 or higher then go ahead and get
> the latest version.  You might as well get it with Tight integrated so use
> this link below to download a new vnc-server if you need it.
>
>
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/vnc-tight/vnc-server-3.3.3r2+tight1.2.2-
> 1.i386.rpm
>
>
> Mike
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