Starting Xvnc via xinetd ok on all but one ...
akira "at" sra.co.jp
Wed May 5 16:31:01 2004
On Tue, May 04, 2004 at 09:48:34AM -0500, Clay Douglass wrote:
> >How did you defined 'vnc' service in '/etc/services'?
> vnc 5900/tcp # VNC Server
> >If your 'vnc' service was using port 5900, then Xvnc also
> >uses port 6000, which is the port of the normal X server.
> I don't understand that statment. If I use the -inetd Xvnc should use no
> ports. It's invoked by xinted and uses stdin/stdout...
Xvnc is both VNC server and X server. With -inetd option,
VNC uses 5900 as VNC's connection, but still uses 6000 port
for X server.
Akira Hatakeyama E-Mail: akira "at" sra.co.jp
chigasaki-minami, tsuzuki ward, yokohama, japan