Enable remote VNC from the commandline?
I have one computer system running Ubuntu 10.04, and also is running Vino, the default VNC server.
I have a 2nd Windows box which is running a VNC customer, yet does not have any kind of X11 capacities. I am ssh would certainly right into the Ubuntu host from the Windows host, yet I neglected to enable VNC accessibility on the Ubuntu host.
On the Ubuntu host, exists a means for me to enable VNC links from the Ubuntu commandline?
As @koanhead claims listed below, there is no male web page for
vino (as an example
man -k vino and also
info vino return absolutely nothing), and also
vino --help does not show any kind of aid).
needs to get the job done.
As soon as you have accessibility to your web server, I would certainly advise that you add it to Autostarted Apps so it is constantly begun.
You'll possibly like transform some setups with :
be really mindful when you run vino - choice on a remote equipment, if you uncheck "Allow various other customers to regulate your desktop", you will not have the ability to examine it back.
or to modify :
Here an example documents :
<?xml version="1.0"?> <gconf> <entry name="vnc_password" mtime="1289267042" type="string"> <stringvalue>cXdlcnR5</stringvalue> </entry> <entry name="view_only" mtime="1289262982" type="bool" value="false"/> <entry name="prompt_enabled" mtime="1254965869" type="bool" value="false"/> <entry name="authentication_methods" mtime="1289267034" type="list" ltype="string"> <li type="string"> <stringvalue>vnc</stringvalue> </li> </entry> <entry name="enabled" mtime="1289263574" type="bool" value="true"/> </gconf>
Be mindful, the password is base64 inscribed. For this documents, the password is qwerty. I see on some discussion forum that individuals have adjustment it efficiently, yet I had concern with it.
Below an on-line base64 encoder :
Why, for the love of all that is excellent in this tough globe, exists no male access for vino or vino - web server or for any one of the commands detailed in
dpkg -L vino is result?
For that issue, why should any kind of plan in all be mounted on an Ubuntu system, ever before, which leaves out a male web page at the very least for the pertinent commands?
Ok, tirade over. The most effective solution I've located until now is below:
I actually wish this aids, and also I wish that in future the Ubuntu area records all these orphaned commands. "Ease of usage" does not suggest deserting the command line, and also it absolutely does not suggest deserting conveniently obtainable documents. umble >