tips for speeding up vnc
Sat Nov 22 00:18:00 2003
What i do is do set up vnc for a user then include the following lines into
# prepare for bad vnc exits
echo "Cleaning up vnc files in /tmp..."
rm -f /tmp/.X11-unix/X3
#clean up vnc.pid files
rm -f /home/*/.vnc/*.pid
# turn vncserver on
su -l vnc -c "vncserver :3"-alwaysshared
Forget which version of vnc I am using, but this has worked with a number of
different vnsservers I have installed over time. The -alwaysshared switch
can give problems so try without it if it does not work with your vncserver.
As you see in this case I use screen #3 for this use - this is a general
entry point for my vncserver - the user vnc has VERY few priveleges - I
reserve another screen for my personal use and that screen gets turn on only
when I log in.
I am running Mandrake 9.1 - which, I think, is compatible and similar to
----- Original Message -----
From: "William Hooper" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Friday, November 21, 2003 8:05 PM
Subject: Re: tips for speeding up vnc
> newbee newbee said:
> > I'm actually running realvnc.
> In that case you will have to create the files yourself:
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