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Old 12-01-2013, 04:47 PM   #16
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I see in the link you posted that the gentlemen in the bug report post mentions that he changed his ~/vnc /xstartup (/bin/sh)
and running gnome-session in fallback mode till gnome 3 plays nice with VNC. (comment #5)

I think I understand now. Thanks: wmakowski

@ jmenchions:
Does this process of turning the switch on for fallback mode help you any?
 
  


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