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Old 05-17-2004, 05:48 PM   #1
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start VNC in remote x session

09Hi all. Got an issue that I just cant figure out, hope you can help.

I VNC to my home pc using XVNC (xvncserver) at home. This gives me access to a new desktop homeip:1 . I also sometimes need access to my real desktop so also have x0rfbserve running as desktop homeip:0 . My question though is, if i forget to open homeip:0 before i leave for work, how can i subsequently run it via a ssh terminal.

I understand that i would need to run it inside the x session active for my main desktop, but cant find any clue how to access this run level from a remote prompt... anyone..?



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