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Old 05-09-2004, 10:44 PM   #1
mijenks
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Change default geometry for VNCserver?


Is it possible to change the vncserver default geometry to 1280x1024? The default is 1024x768. Using vncconfig does not work, I believe it is used to config a vncserver that has already been started.

Other than changing that default, I think this is probably the coolest thing I've seen since sliced bread. Or at least since I started using Linux.

*Edit: I'm not sure if this should be asked in the Networking Forum or the Software Forum. So I guessed.
 
  


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