Keyboard mapping problem between viewer (windows xp) and server (ubuntu 11.10)
linda.hawksworth at realvnc.com
Tue Mar 27 10:53:41 BST 2012
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From: vnc-list-bounces at realvnc.com [mailto:vnc-list-bounces at realvnc.com] On
Behalf Of Pedro Pestana
Sent: 26 March 2012 17:24
To: vnc-list at realvnc.com
Subject: Keyboard mapping problem between viewer (windows xp) and server
I have created an Ubuntu 11.10 virtual machine under VMware vSphere 4.0
which I can access through vcenter's console and have no issues with
keyboard mapping. I have installed vnc-server by opening a terminal window
(ctrl+alt+t) and typing vncserver + Enter.
I have installed vnc-viewer (vnc_4_1_3_x86_win32_viewer.exe) on a Windows XP
Pro SP3 VM on my pc using VMPlayer and on the same network (ie,
10.10.10.x) as the vnc-server.
I am able to connect from the vnc-viewer machine to the vnc-server machine
without any problem. Once I connect I open a Firefox session on the
vnc-server machine and type 'http://'. What I get back is 'http>&&'.
Most probably, I should be editing some configuration file on either the
vnc-viewer machine or/and the vnc-server machine.
Can someone help me by pointing to an url, docs, or something else I could
read to understand what needs to be done?
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