Re: Using xvncviewer to talk to Windows remote desktop?
On Tuesday 23 November 2004 3:41 pm, Bill Wohler wrote:
> I can use the Remote Desktop under Windows XP to display the desktop of
> a particular Windows machine. I thought that I could install xvncviewer
> on my (much-preferred) Debian box and run "xvncviewer windows-host-name"
> and it would be similar. But xvncviewer says "Connection refused."
> What am I missing? The man page was lacking and a
> /usr/share/doc/xvnc4viewer/README.Debian was absent.
I don't know anything about Remote Desktop sharing, how secure, stable, or
anything it is, but I use tightVNC server on my Windows XP box, and it works
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