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andy1974
post Jun 17 2004, 08:54 PM
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Hey guys


Havent been in the fourms in a bit. I was just wonder how to get fedora core 2 to start VNCSERVER on boot??
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post Jun 18 2004, 02:25 AM
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Hi :- dry.gif

1. Each user has to log on at least once, and set a vncpasswd (or start vncserver). I recommend running vncserver for each user and quitting it.
2. Edit the file /etc/sysconfig/vncservers

The comments hints the format:
VNCSERVERS="1:user1 2:user2 3:user3"
Uncomment (remove the #) and set each display (1,2,3) to match a user (user1, user2, user3).

3. Type "ntsysv" on a shell. This displays a list of services. Mark "vncserver".

4. To check the configuration:
service vncserver start

5. Reboot and check

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post Jun 18 2004, 05:40 AM
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If you have GUI on the machine, you can use:

redhat-config-services

instead of

ntsysv


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