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October 1, 2009

Setup VNC Server at Linux

Filed under: Linux — Tags: , — vicker313 @ 8:00 am

Steps to setup VNC Server at Linux:

  1. Install VNC Server (the name of the program might be different):
    1. Fedora (RPM): yum install vnc-server
    2. Ubuntu (DEB): sudo apt-get install vnc4server
  2. After install, start VNC Server(it will ask you to enter a password):
    vncserver :1
  3. Then stop VNC Server:
    vncserver -kill :1
  4. Edit ~/.vnc/xstartup (it will not appear if you didn’t start VNC Server once). Uncomment the following 2 lines  to enable the Windows X in VNC Server (the lines might be different):
    # unset SESSION_MANAGER
    # exec /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc
  5. Start again VNC Server:
    vncserver :1
  6. In another machine, use your favorite VNC Client Program to access VNC Server:
    SERVER_IP:DISPLAY
    Display is the number after the colon you set at VNC Server. For example:
    192.168.1.33:1
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