connection reset and console
Alvaro A. Ramirez
Thu Nov 6 17:04:00 2003
OK, I figured out the first one. For anyone else interested... If you'd
like to disconnect without ending your current X session you can run:
vncconfig -display :0 -disconnect
Do this while connected.
On Thu, 2003-11-06 at 10:59, Alvaro A. Ramirez wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I've been testing out vnc 4.0b4-x86 for linux and I must say it works
> great! I am using the vnc module loaded with my XF86Config file. In
> other words, my target is to manipulate remotely an existing X session.
> I have a couple of minor issues. Perhaps there are already workarounds
> for these:
> 1. When I login remotely, I get the current X session (perfect!!).
> However, when I disconnect, the X session gets reset on the machine
> itself. How may I disconnect without ending the current X session?
> 2. Once a vnc session has taken place (ie. connect, disconnect, etc.) I
> can no longer use my virtual consoles (ie. ctrl alt F1 or F2 or F3 or
> etc...). Note that I am not trying to use them during a vnc session. By
> the way, tried this with two different video cards.
> Have any of you experienced these? Any ideas? Thanks.
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