--- Florian Ohnimus <email@example.com>
> 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.
It may still make sense to set it up as a service.
It's not difficult, and it rocks! ;)
Glad you got it going.
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- Re: vncserver
- From: "Florian Ohnimus" <firstname.lastname@example.org>