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Thread: Remote Administration Suse11.2 Broken

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    Unhappy Remote Administration Suse11.2 Broken

    I am having some trouble getting a VNC session to a new OpenSuse 11.2 32bit machine I have just installed.
    Fresh off the DVD, tried under KDE4 and Gnome with the same result (each time a fresh install).
    In YAST, I enabled remote administration, open the firewall ports, and then try and connect from remote client (in this case I have tried RealVNC from windows, and krdc from a Suse 10.x client and via HTTP) all result in the same blank black screen (http does get an X cursor echoed on the screen)
    Last edited by caf4926; 10-Dec-2009 at 21:10. Reason: Title correction

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    Default Re: Remote Administration Suse11.2 Broken

    Hi OpenMista2, welcome to the forums. There are a couple of VNC methods that work OK, here's one on this link:
    TightVNC (VNC Xvnc) on openSUSE as Client or Server (Remote Desktop Connections)
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    Default Re: Remote Administration Suse11.2 Broken

    Hi

    looks like that's the solution in your doc.

    but i want to have vncserver running at boot with kdm login screen.

    if i put in crontab a task with a login name I am in remote session for this user.

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    Default Re: Remote Administration Suse11.2 Broken

    Quote Originally Posted by Enthalpie View Post
    Hi

    looks like that's the solution in your doc.

    but i want to have vncserver running at boot with kdm login screen.

    if i put in crontab a task with a login name I am in remote session for this user.
    I don't understand this:
    but i want to have vncserver running at boot with kdm login screen.
    do you mean you want the computer to stop at the login screen, not go any further, but still allow others to log on remotely?
    Leap 42.3 & 15.1(Beta) &KDE
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