Vnc Server Strange Behavior In Fedora Core 3
Abstract : VNC SERVER Dons't let any remote connection in, unless I login to my server locally first.
I have a silly problem with Fedora Core 3 and it's VNC Server;
VNC is supposed to provide you remote access to your server, including remote login, right?
Now guess how my VNC works, if and only if I ALREADY logged in to my server, I can have remote access via VNCVIEWER. But when I just turn on my server and don't log in (In other words, I only boot the system but stay behind GNOME loin prompt), all remote VNCVIEWER requests receive a “connection refused” message.
It seems to me that unless I don't actually log into my server as root, the VNC server doesn't start. I don't know whether it's a runlevel issue (i.e. I should set vncserver to start in lower runlevels like 3), or there is a VNCSERVCER configuration problem.
Last edited by kasra; 06-22-2005 at 09:21 AM.