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    Question VNC using MobaXterm help?...

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    Hi,

    I'm using the latest version of MobaXTerm (Alsome Util!). I can successfully connect using SSH, but I keep getting this Connection Close when trying to use VNC: it briefly displays the background of the Desktop then closes. In my Firewall settings I only configures Allowed Interfaces and Broadcast. My VNC setting. My MobaXTerm setting.

    Can anyone help? Thanks!...
    Last edited by VcDeveloper1; 30-Mar-2014 at 12:06. Reason: additional info
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    Question Re: VNC using MobaXterm help?...

    Quote Originally Posted by VcDeveloper1 View Post
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    Hi,

    I'm using the latest version of MobaXTerm (Alsome Util!). I can successfully connect using SSH, but I keep getting this Connection Close when trying to use VNC: it briefly displays the background of the Desktop then closes. In my Firewall settings I only configures Allowed Interfaces and Broadcast. My VNC setting. My MobaXTerm setting.

    Can anyone help? Thanks!...
    My google links were not working.
    OpenSuse 12.1 (3.1.9-1.4) x64, 7.7GB RAM, GNOME 3.2.1
    Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q9550 @ 2.83GHz VT x 4
    NVIDIA GeForce 9500 GT 256/512 MB

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    Default Re: VNC using MobaXterm help?...

    Also, my main OS is a Windows 2012 Server R2 and running Hyper-V for my OpenSuse 13.1 as the Guest OS. Tried to connect via HTTP using IE and Chrome, but the Java connection was blocked. So I'm guessing my VNC is being blocked the same way.

    At a lost on how to fix this?
    OpenSuse 12.1 (3.1.9-1.4) x64, 7.7GB RAM, GNOME 3.2.1
    Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q9550 @ 2.83GHz VT x 4
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    Default Re: VNC using MobaXterm help?...

    Also I can browse the File System using Window File Explorer and I tried to use IE to connect but I get this Application Blocked message.
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    After configuring my Network and Samba I'm able to connect now. But, I would also like to use TightVNC, because I have not figured out how to use the Alt+Tab for switching between windows.

    TIghtVNC problem:
    1) Can login
    2) during Suse initialization I'm disconnected.

    While login using MobaXterm I'm viewing my log using KSystemLog:

    Code:
    04/08/14 10:49:41 AM            2014-04-08T10:49:41.109848-06:00 suse-server0 xinetd[1773]: START: vnc1 from=192.168.0.2
    04/08/14 10:49:41 AM            2014-04-08T10:49:41.501105-06:00 suse-server0 kdm_config[25533]: Multiple occurrences of section [General] in /usr/share/kde4/config/kdm/kdmrc. Consider merging them.
    04/08/14 10:49:41 AM            2014-04-08T10:49:41.504557-06:00 suse-server0 kdm_config[25533]: Multiple occurrences of section [Xdmcp] in /usr/share/kde4/config/kdm/kdmrc. Consider merging them.
    04/08/14 10:49:41 AM            2014-04-08T10:49:41.505234-06:00 suse-server0 kdm_config[25533]: Multiple occurrences of section [X-*-Core] in /usr/share/kde4/config/kdm/kdmrc. Consider merging them.
    04/08/14 10:49:41 AM            2014-04-08T10:49:41.506006-06:00 suse-server0 kdm_config[25533]: Multiple occurrences of section [X-*-Greeter] in /usr/share/kde4/config/kdm/kdmrc. Consider merging them.
    04/08/14 10:49:41 AM            2014-04-08T10:49:41.506416-06:00 suse-server0 kdm_config[25533]: Multiple occurrences of section [X-:*-Core] in /usr/share/kde4/config/kdm/kdmrc. Consider merging them.
    04/08/14 10:49:41 AM            2014-04-08T10:49:41.507138-06:00 suse-server0 kdm_config[25533]: Multiple occurrences of section [X-:0-Core] in /usr/share/kde4/config/kdm/kdmrc. Consider merging them.
    04/08/14 10:49:43 AM            2014-04-08T10:49:42.542924-06:00 suse-server0 kdm_greet[25540]: Cannot load /usr/share/kde4/apps/kdm/faces/.default.face: No such file or directory
    04/08/14 10:53:00 AM            2014-04-08T10:52:59.588342-06:00 suse-server0 kdm: suse.qudash.com:1[25539]: pam_unix(xdm:session): session opened for user nasheayahu by (uid=0)
    04/08/14 10:53:00 AM            2014-04-08T10:52:59.600290-06:00 suse-server0 systemd[1]: Starting Session 453 of user nasheayahu.
    04/08/14 10:53:00 AM            2014-04-08T10:52:59.601909-06:00 suse-server0 systemd-logind[753]: New session 453 of user nasheayahu.
    04/08/14 10:53:00 AM            2014-04-08T10:52:59.604668-06:00 suse-server0 systemd[1]: Started Session 453 of user nasheayahu.
    04/08/14 10:53:04 AM            2014-04-08T10:53:03.966693-06:00 suse-server0 kdm: suse.qudash.com:1[25539]: pam_unix(xdm:session): session closed for user nasheayahu
    04/08/14 10:53:04 AM            2014-04-08T10:53:03.993779-06:00 suse-server0 systemd-logind[753]: Removed session 453.
    04/08/14 10:53:04 AM            2014-04-08T10:53:04.010028-06:00 suse-server0 xinetd[1773]: EXIT: vnc1 status=0 duration=203(sec)
    04/08/14 11:00:01 AM            2014-04-08T11:00:01.058143-06:00 suse-server0 /usr/sbin/cron[25740]: pam_unix(crond:session): session opened for user root by (uid=0)
    04/08/14 11:00:01 AM            2014-04-08T11:00:01.066812-06:00 suse-server0 systemd[1]: Starting Session 454 of user root.
    04/08/14 11:00:01 AM            2014-04-08T11:00:01.068447-06:00 suse-server0 systemd[1]: Started Session 454 of user root.
    04/08/14 11:00:01 AM            2014-04-08T11:00:01.246968-06:00 suse-server0 /USR/SBIN/CRON[25740]: pam_unix(crond:session): session closed for user root
    I can't connect w/IE or Chrome using http:/IP:5801:

    Code:
    04/08/14 11:05:51 AM            2014-04-08T11:05:51.111250-06:00 suse-server0 xinetd[1773]: START: vnchttpd1 from=192.168.0.2
    04/08/14 11:05:51 AM            2014-04-08T11:05:51.166056-06:00 suse-server0 xinetd[1773]: EXIT: vnchttpd1 status=0 duration=0(sec)
    04/08/14 11:05:51 AM            2014-04-08T11:05:51.253713-06:00 suse-server0 xinetd[1773]: START: vnchttpd1 from=192.168.0.2
    04/08/14 11:05:51 AM            2014-04-08T11:05:51.306742-06:00 suse-server0 xinetd[1773]: EXIT: vnchttpd1 status=0 duration=0(sec)
    04/08/14 11:05:59 AM            2014-04-08T11:05:55.461970-06:00 suse-server0 xinetd[1773]: START: vnchttpd1 from=192.168.0.2
    04/08/14 11:05:59 AM            2014-04-08T11:05:55.520735-06:00 suse-server0 xinetd[1773]: EXIT: vnchttpd1 status=0 duration=0(sec)
    Any suggestion to what I need to configure to get TightVNC and IE working?
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    Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q9550 @ 2.83GHz VT x 4
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    Default Re: VNC using MobaXterm help?...

    Quote Originally Posted by VcDeveloper1 View Post
    Any suggestion to what I need to configure to get TightVNC and IE working?
    Caveat: I have no idea about using anything Microsoft, but I frequently use TightVNC between openSUSE machines.

    Why should I be expected to connect to and be tracked by an untrusted file sharing site in order to see your settings? You can either use the code tags, or use this forum's paste function.

    What are you trying to do? Remote GUI login, or connect to a running remote desktop (e.g. for support/demonstration)? It looks like you are attempting a remote login.
    "session closed for user root". The default is not to allow remote GUI login for root.

    How did you install/enable VNC? Did you use "YaST > Network Services > Remote Administration (VNC)" or some other method?

    Why are you trying to connect to port "5801"? The defaults are 5901..5903.

    Have you configured an appropriate section in "/etc/xinetd.d/vnc"? Listening ports are disabled by default.

    I generally check that I am negotiating the route, firewalls etc. by using a utility "pung" or telnet. Telnet should give you a "RFB 003.008" response.
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    Default Re: VNC using MobaXterm help?...

    On 2014-03-30 21:36, VcDeveloper1 wrote:
    > My google links were not working.


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