How to start up vncserver on linux automatically? - and VNC
working on Linux
bedouglas "at" earthlink.net
Wed Feb 2 17:58:00 2005
then simply post the instructions/overview to the list in the body of the email.... no need for any attachment/docs...
From: Angelo Sarto <angelosarto "at" gmail.com>
Sent: Feb 2, 2005 9:46 AM
To: Zach Dennis <zdennis "at" mktec.com>
Cc: Eve Atley <seance83 "at" yahoo.com>, vnc-list "at" realvnc.com
Subject: Re: How to start up vncserver on linux automatically? - and VNC working on Linux
Attatchments get stripped from the list.....even doc files I think.
On Wed, 02 Feb 2005 12:06:57 -0500, Zach Dennis <zdennis "at" mktec.com> wrote:
> Eve Atley wrote:
> > I finally succeeded in getting VNC to serve on a Redhat Linux box. If anyone
> > wants the instructions I've laid out in a Word document (for people facing
> > the same problems perhaps), please let me know and I'll send it your way. My
> > problem was allowing port 5901 in the iptables firewall rules.
> > Also, I start the vncserver by entering 'vncserver :1' via a terminal each
> > time. How can I make this run at boot time on a Redhat Linux machine?
> I'd say that if you post them to the list it will be nice for people who
> view the archive while searching Google (this is archived right?).
> Otherwise you may get an email in 6 months asking for the document.
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