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thep 11-22-2002 06:50 PM

Remote desktop by using x win 32
 
Hi, firstly i want to ask that how to called it in Linux term about remote desktop( it is like, i use window workstation and then log in to window server and get all my file and desktop) something like this.

i dont know how to set it in Linux red hat 7.1, and how to set it to use with X win 32

i have read in other thread , but i dont understand it. becasue they didnt tell how to set it in server side.

i have tried but it said "connection refused"


CAn anyone help me?
just tell step by step for both side.

thank you so much :)

DavidPhillips 11-22-2002 07:02 PM

I guess you have vnc.
I will use 192.168.0.1 as the servers ip address.

on the server run this...

vncserver

you will need to set a password the first time you run it, after that it will not need to be entered again.

-- Unsecure method, for private network use.

Connect using vncviewer like this...

192.168.0.1:5901

-- Secure method

Setup ssh to forward 192.168.0.1:5901 to local port 5900 on the windows ssh client.

Establish the ssh connection.

Connect using vncviewer like this...

localhost:5900

thep 11-22-2002 07:27 PM

thank you.
where can i enter this "192.168.0.1:5901"?

after i sart vncserver, i tried to connnect by x win 32
but it still doesnt work.

thep 11-22-2002 07:29 PM

At "x win 32"

i did set
Connection Medthod = XDMCP
XDMCP Mode = Query

and server IP = 192.168.1.254

DavidPhillips 11-22-2002 11:12 PM

what are you using for a client?
The instructions above are for vnc.
If you don't have vncviewer you cannot follow the instructions.

sorry

example of vnc..
I click on an icon that says VNC viewer in windows
A window pops up and asks for the VNC server
I type in 192.168.0.1:5901 or localhost:5900 for secure mode and press the ok button.

A window pops up and asks for my password.
When I enter the password a window opens with my desktop on it.

thep 11-23-2002 12:59 AM

i'm using x win 32 for vncviewer
and vnc server i'm not sure , it is in redhat, and i set passwd already

thep 11-23-2002 02:16 AM

i got something work already.
i tried to connect by using VCN viewer , from this web site
http://www.uk.research.att.com/vnc/start.html

it's work :)

but it is a poor desktop, it is not same as desktop in local server desktop.

and can i connect it by X WIN 32??.
is X win 32 a VCN viewer?? why i cant use it ?

DavidPhillips 11-23-2002 10:02 AM

yes, it is in Redhat if you installed it from the cdroms

the commands are

vncserver
vncviewer


It can also be set to start the server on boot through the init scripts but I would not recommend doing it if it's on the internet. I start it when I am going to use it over an ssh connection.


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