Java on Mac 10.4.4
Robert Kim Wireless Internet Advisor
evdo.hsdpa "at" gmail.com
Sat Feb 4 21:58:01 2006
Scott.. agreed... lets keep it light. - bob.k
On 2/3/06, Scott C. Best <sbest "at" best.com> wrote:
> Heya. There's this other protocol called "ftp" that (like
> some of us) is actually more than 30 years old. :) So don't be too
> quick to disparage FAQ's that are just entering kindergarten...
> If you get the "RFB" response, then you're correctly
> connecting to the VNC Server's "data" port. Easiest solution is
> to fire-up a standalone VNC Viewer on your PC, and aim it at
> that port, rather than your web-browser. Then you can connect.
> You don't even need to install VNC to run the Viewer, you can
> just double-click the VncViewer.exe file.
> The web-browser (i.e., the Java applet) solution is
> probably not working simply because the server running on the
> mac isn't setup to deliver that applet correctly. Exactly which
> flavor of VNC Server are you running on your Mac?
> > I'm trying to enable vnc access to my mac from a pc using a
> > webbrowser. I've got my vnc connections working when using a vnc
> > client (on 5900 and 5901). On the server unit, I downloaded vncjava
> > viewer from the tightvnc website. I placed it in my sites folder as
> > directed.
> > When I access a browser and put http://mydnsname:5901 in the address
> > bar, all I get is "RFB 003.008." If I enter 5800 or 5801, it tells me
> > "Could not connect to remote server".
> > I read where I may need to edit the index.html located in the javavnc
> > folder. When I open it in text edit, there's nothing there.
> > Where am I going wrong? I've forwarded ports 5500-5505, 5800-5805,
> > and 5900-5905 from a speedstream 5200 to the ip of my linksys router
> > (xxx.xxx.254.2). THen I forwarded those same ports to my macs
> > internal ip (xxx.xxx.1.100).
> > Any help would be GREATLY appreciated! :)
> > All of the l info I could find on this in the mail archives and on the
> > net was AT LEAST 2 years old, some as old as 6!
> > Thanks
Robert Q Kim, Wireless Internet Advisor
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Cardiff by the Sea, CA 92007
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