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    Default how to use kde3 for vnc

    i upgraded from10.3 to 11.2 and now it use kde4, which is very slow for vnc connection.

    i wonder if there is a way to just use kde3 (which i assume is still in the system) for vnc connection.

    i know i need to change the ~/.vnc/xstartup file, but not sure how. basically, i need a command to call kde3, but not the startkde command, which starts kde4.

    thanks for help

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    Default Re: how to use kde3 for vnc

    You would need the kde3 desktop installed. And It's been discontinued in 11.2, so you can't have a KDE desktop served from 11.2. You can install Gnome alongside KDE4 and serve that Desktop by vnc, but sadly, KDE3's days are over.
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