Broadcast teacher's desktop
paucabot "at" vodafone.es
Mon Nov 1 19:15:01 2004
En/na James Weatherall ha escrit:
>Your best bet is probably to use:
>>- This: http://www.realvnc.com/v4/x0.html
>And to configure the VNC Server with AlwaysShared, so that multiple VNC
>Viewers can be connected simultaneously. You probably also want to set
>AllowKeyEvents, AllowPointerEvents, etc to zero, so that the student's
>machines can't affect the presentation output.
>Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.
Someone else recommended me this solution, but I haven't been able to
understand and apply it.
Is more or less this way?
1- Copy the vnc.so module to the /usr/X11R6/lib/modules/extensions directory
2- Change XF86Config to add " Load "vnc" " to the Section "Module"
3- Start vncserver this way: vncserver :0
Are these the compulsory steps?
I know I should use options in the vncserver command, but I will try it
later (when the main program will be running)
Am I doing something wrong? I am a nearly newbie and I can't get it to
Thank you very much,