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I find VNC X dont use the config file /etc/X11/XF86Config. I wanna configure VNC X to use some font set. How to configure VNC.Where is the config file for VNC ...
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    How to configure VNC X.


    I find VNC X dont use the config file /etc/X11/XF86Config.

    I wanna configure VNC X to use some font set.

    How to configure VNC.Where is the config file for VNC X such as XF86Config.

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    I think there is a configuration file for vnc in the ~/.vnc folder.

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    Under the .vnc directory.
    apple .vnc # ls
    apple:1.log apple:2.log apple:2.pid passwd xstartup
    apple .vnc #

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    What's in xstartup?
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    What's in xstartup?

    #!/bin/sh

    gnome-session &
    xstartup (END)

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    How to add GLX module support for VNC X

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