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Re: vncserver

Thanks for all the quick replies. I managed to solve the problem by downloading vnc4server with aptitude. It created a 'xtartup' script in the $HOME/.vnc/ directory automatically, and also uses it. This file can be edited for different configurations.
----- Original Message -----
From: L.V.Gandhi
Sent: Monday, September 19, 2005 2:43 PM
Subject: Re: vncserver

On 9/19/05, Matt Johnson <johnsonmlw@yahoo.com> wrote:

--- Florian Ohnimus <florian.ohnimus@tu-berlin.de>

> I am completely new to Debian and was wondering why
> there isn't a xstartup script in the .vnc/
> directory. How else can I select window manager
> other than gnome?

Hi there,

I have VNC server setup as a service. This means that
it's running before login - ie. you get a login screen
when you run the vnc client...

If this is what you want, I'll post the configs...

It will be very nice. Kindly post not only config files, but also .vnc/ folder files
linux user No.205042

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