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Old 12-13-2004, 03:07 PM   #1
sunny.shah
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Vnc native X server (":0" X display) on Mandrake 10.1


I'm running mandrake 10.1 and want to access the graphical console running on the server remotely. I have tightvnc-server installed as it comes with mandrake.

I can correctly get vnc working on desktops other than the console ":0"

I have seen the realvnc site that says that either vnc.so o x0vncserver is needed to accomplish this, but these files are not provided by tightvnc-server.

What is the easiest way to obtain compatible files?

I tried to use the files from the realvnc 4.0 but get the errors due to incompatible libstdc libraries.

Thanks

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