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Old 04-28-2008, 10:02 AM   #1
vin109
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x0vncserver crashes on Red Hat Enterprise 4


When I run x0vncserver on Red Hat Enterprise 4, I get the following output from the xterm in which the x0vncserver is running. I get this as soon as the vnc client connects. I've used a few different VNC Clients and see the same issue:


Using shared memory XImage
VNCSConnST: Server default pixel format depth 12 (16bpp) little-endian colour-map
Connections: closed: 192.168.123.456:12345 (TransImageGetter: in PF has colourMap but not 8bpp)
SMsgWriter: framebuffer updates 0
SMsgWriter: raw bytes equivalent 0, compression ratio NaN
~Image called - usingShm 1

The clients just close connection after this is spit out on the server end.

Any ideas???

Last edited by vin109; 05-05-2008 at 12:57 PM. Reason: typo
 
  


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