Yes, you should. What do you have in your ~/.kde/share/kinetdrc
files? It's been a while since I used mine, but they look like this:
$ cat ~/.kde/share/config/kinetdrc
$ cat ~/.kde/share/config/kinetd.eventsrc
I'd suggest setting up a few invitations on you system, and looking at how the settings change (especially the expiration
ones) to see if you could just leave some open invitations for your clients on your system. (CAUTION:
This may be a security risk. Try to limit access to the port (:5000
, I think) to known IP addresses in your firewall.[/b])
I notice that there is a --kinetd
option listed when you do a $ krfb --help-all
command, but -- as you probably know -- the KDE Krfb help file is somewhat less than complete, so I've no idea how it might be used.
Another option, again not well documented is the --waitforwm
one. I don't know what the WM_NET
protocol for which that instructs krfb
to wait is, but you might try it from a client system to see if it tries to open a window on the client system using the local window manager.
Edit: Have you looked at this HOW-TO