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    Question How to start X11VNC at start-up after user logs in ?

    Hello,

    I don't know how to start X11VNC at start-up after user logs in. Iam using GNOME in Open Suse 12.2 . I can start it by hand just running
    /usr/bin/local/x11vnc -rfauth [placeStoringPasswd] -forever -bg

    I did it as showing x11vnc: a VNC server for real X displays by adding one line in the end of

    /etc/gdm/Init/Defaultor /etc/X11/xdm/XsetupBut it seemed not to be working.Do you know where the file i should put the script into, or a way to run it at start up time after user logs in ?Thank you.

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    josephkk NNTP User

    Default Re: How to start X11VNC at start-up after user logs in ?

    On Wed, 12 Sep 2012 06:56:02 GMT, sieutruc
    <sieutruc@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

    >
    >Hello,
    >
    >I don't know how to start X11VNC at start-up after user logs in. Iam
    >using GNOME in Open Suse 12.2 . I can start it by hand just running
    >/usr/bin/local/x11vnc -rfauth [placeStoringPasswd] -forever -bg
    >
    >I did it as showing 'x11vnc: a VNC server for real X displays'
    >(http://tinyurl.com/y9pyshp) by adding one line in the end of
    >
    >/etc/gdm/Init/Defaultor /etc/X11/xdm/XsetupBut it seemed not to be
    >working.Do you know where the file i should put the script into, or a
    >way to run it at start up time after user logs in ?Thank you.


    Just grasping at straws here, but do you have the client and server
    sections installed?

    There are alternatives using *ssh -X * or FreeNX.

    ?-)

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