vkrishna "at" novell.com
Tue Apr 19 08:02:01 2005
Adding on Robert's suggestion,
>> This seems to be required for the shell to start stuff in the :0.0
>> At least, when I changed XAUTHORITY to point at ~/.Xauthority, I
> >could then run stuff in :1, but not in :0.
>Presumably your setup is different, but normally Fedora 3 running gdm
>puts xauth cookies for the console in /var/gdm/:0.Xauth,
>i.e. something like this will work (as root) with VNC on 0.0:
># DISPLAY=:0.0 XAUTHORITY=/var/gdm/:0.Xauth vncconfig -list
If your setup is different, probably you can use
# ps ax | grep Xvnc
and then see what is specified as auth arguement to the XVNC server.
You can use the same authority file as your XAUTHORITY in the above
This should help.