Greyweave background problems - VNC with KDE on FC3
chris "at" branas.org
Fri Apr 15 22:40:00 2005
I tried running it on 9, but this still does not help. Yesterday I was
trying on :0, :1 & :2 with no better luck. I get the greyweave background.
Maybe I was not clear before that I can actually connect, but I cannot get
a proper window manager running (in this case KDE). I probably should have
just tried it with X before changing all the settings. Is there something
else I could be missing? Thanks again for any help!
> On Fri, 15 Apr 2005, Chris Branas wrote:
>> I've read all through the documentation, etc. but I can't seem to fix
>> this with the prescribed methods. I want to run vnc to connect to kde. I
>> am running the command "vncserver :10" and vnc starts.
> I can run Xvnc on all but :10. The reason is that port 6010 is being used
> for SSH port forwarding. So I just don't use :10.
> Xvnc with :nn needs for ports 59nn (vnc), 58nn (java httpd server) and
> 60nn (X) all to be free. Well, 58nn only needs to be free for the Java
> access to work properly.
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