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Old 09-17-2006, 06:05 AM   #1
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User experience Suse10.1 XGL KDE&VNC

Hi has anyone else experienced issues using VNC since enabling XGL Compiz?

Just wondering if anyone can recreate my problem
to recreate it.

Yast2>Hardware>Graphics & Display > VNC > Enable this Session to be controlled.
(this allows 2 or more people to look at the same session)

Once enabling this option whether anyone connects or not
the next time I reboot and login to KDE (as any user including root)
the keyboard doesnt work except for ALT+CTRL hotkeys, all window borders are gone and task and systrays are broken.

"Remote Administration" under Yast2 > Network Services > Remote Administration
is different in that it creates a completely fresh login prompt


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