VNC4 - different sessions, different passwords?
jnw "at" realvnc.com
Mon Jan 10 17:10:01 2005
The log file shows that Xvnc was unable to open the specified password file,
so I'd guess it's simply the case that the file has the wrong permissions.
Is there any particular reason that you're not doing this the normal way?
Wez @ RealVNC Ltd.
> Hi List,
> I am trying to use a VNC 4.0 on a SuSE Linux. My goal is to have many
> VNC sessions per user, with different passwords.
> When I am setting the password with 'vncpasswd' and connect to the
> server (started with 'vncserver'), everything works fine.
> When I am creating a password file (even with 'vncpasswd
> filename' or by
> copying the existing one) and trying to create a new server with
> 'vncserver -PasswordFile filename', the client (Java and native Win)
> fails to log in with the given password.
> A snippet from the appropriate log file:
> > Mon Jan 10 16:34:17 2005
> > Connections: accepted: 192.168.241.145::1604
> > SConnection: Client needs protocol version 3.3
> > SSecurityFactoryStandard: opening password file
> 'hellopasswd' failed
> > VncAuth: No password configured for VNC Auth
> > Connections: closed: 192.168.241.145::1604 (No password configured
> > for VNC
> > Auth)
> I am very curious what the problem is, and how to solve it.
> Thanks in advance,
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