Native X Display (RealVNC 4.0b4)

Tristan Richardson tjr "at" realvnc.com
Fri Apr 16 15:12:01 2004


I've added a little more explanation to the
http://www.realvnc.com/v4/x0.html web page.  Hope it's clearer now.

Cheers

Tristan

On Thu, 2004-04-15 at 18:30, Christopher Mc Carthy wrote:
> Yes please add something, even if it's just a troubleshooting hint for
> newbies for myself. I didn't even know about SecurityTypes= or the fact that
> I needed to think about something like this.
> 
> Cheers
> 
> Chris
> 
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> Re. Native X Display (RealVNC 4.0b4)
> Mike Fedyk mfedyk "at" matchmail.com
> Mon Apr 5 19:43:01 2004
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> William Hooper wrote:
> > Christopher Mc Carthy said:
> >
> >>Thanks for the pointer William.
> >>
> >>Can I suggest (to the RealVNC people) that a little note be added to
> >>http://www.realvnc.com/v4/x0.html saying that you *must* specify the
> >>location of the passwd file in the Option section?
> >
> >
> > It is not mandatory.  You could just as easily set SecurityTypes=None to
> > not have a password.  Or (after some other types get developed) set
> > options for other security types.  The choice of SecurityTypes=VncAuth
> > (the default) means you have to also specify the location of the (VNC not
> > system) passwd file.
> 
> how about adding something like: "(required by some auth systems)"
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