on Linux/KDE, how do I let someone see my active screen?

James Weatherall jnw "at" realvnc.com
Tue Apr 27 11:36:01 2004


Or, in either of the cases below, see http://www.realvnc.com/v4/ and use
either the native X remoting module or x0vncserver, depending on your needs,
both of which are based on VNC 4.

Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.


> KDE has desktop sharing built in.  Look for 'System/Remote 
> Access/Desktop Sharing'.  Configuration is through the KDE control 
> center under 'Internet & Network/Desktop Sharing'.  This tool 
> implements 
> the RFB protocol so it can talk to any VNC client, but to 
> configure it 
> so that it can handle unrequested connections you'll have to 
> alter the 
> default settings by checking the box labelled 'Allow 
> uninvited connections'.
> 
> For anyone not running KDE, you'll need to download the X0rfb 
> code and 
> port it forward to the latest version of X (or find someone 
> else who has 
> already done so.)