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heatlill 03-26-2002 09:52 AM

Vnc window hangs.
 
Hello i recently reinstalled my linux server (RedHat 7.2 - PIII 550, 320 MB, 10 GB quantum hd) and every time i run vnc the window comes up, i get all of my icons/menus/toolbars but about 10 seconds after it comes up my window hangs. The desktop is still there but when i move the mouse the only thing that moves it the little dot.

I am running on my home network and i am running at 10 megabit. My client pc is a (win98 - 1.3Ghz AMD thunderbird, 256 mb ddr ram, 20 gb IBM Deskstar HD).

I never had this problem with Redhat 70 or 71. I downloaded and reinstalled VNC from the site with no change.

Has anyone seen this before?

Sixpax 03-26-2002 03:26 PM

Out of curiosity, what window manager/desktop environment are you using for your VNC user? Are you using the same locally? Are you using a different user for VNC than you might have logged in locally?

heatlill 03-26-2002 04:55 PM

X (FreeX86) and Gnome are what I am running on my server. (I edited the xstartup script to access gnome-session when I installed.)

Sixpax 03-28-2002 01:01 AM

What I mean is, when you login using VNC, are you also logged into the Linux machine locally with the same user account and the same window manager?

heatlill 03-28-2002 08:50 AM

No, my linux box is set up to run without a keyboard/mouse/monitor. The only access to my linux box is telnet or vnc.
However when i do use a monitor and keyboard from one of my other machines i am running gnome and logging in as the same user. But when i login locally i don't use vnc

Sixpax 03-28-2002 04:30 PM

Any chance it was left logged in locally as the same user?

I used to have this same problem with an older version of VNC. I think to fix it, I setup a seperate user for VNC than my local account.


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