Re: starting a vncserver
On Thu, Jul 21, 2005 at 09:07:00AM -0700, email@example.com wrote:
Neither such arrangement is made when the TightVNC server is installed.
Can anyone tell me why?
Because VNC can be run per-user, not just per-terminal.
Is a command to start the vncserver in initab sensible? I aim
to have the server start at bootup and be available to anyone
who can log in to a user account.
No, because vncserver doesn't offer a login. You'd be better off writing
crontabs for your users who need a vnc session to start a session
whenever one isn't running for that user (think "ps -u foo").
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