Well, here is the deal.
I have installed a CentOS 6 PC with xvnc using THIS tutorial..
That tutorial is for Fedora Core but thats not important..
IT worked.. No Problems what so ever..
Now, I want to install xvnc on a pc with FedoraCore 6.
Ive done EXACLY the same.. and guess what.. doesnt work..
Ive double checked everything and Im getting nuts over here..
Is there anyone who knows why that might be?
Does Fedora Core 6 not support xvnc or something? (I know for a fact that its not the config files)
Well, please enlighten me if there is somehting that I might didnt know like NO remote desktop support in Fedora Core..
Hi again. ;)
What errors are you getting? What exactly is it not doing?
did you install xvnc through any package manager like yum or from source
From YUM just as the the time before.
And I dont get a error I just dont see GDM.
When I log in with a VNC Client.
I see X11 without anything around it.
Its just a plain x even without the Ugly standaard X11 WIndow above it.
Just the X without antyhing.
Maybe I'm misunderstanding... Are you getting Xwindows when you log in? Is there a terminal?
Nope nothing just a very simple Desktop with a X Cursor and I cant do anything..
Are you trying to log into :0 (the desktop of server machine as though you were sitting in front of it) or another instance... :1 or :2 etc. If not :0, is ~/.vnc/xstartup configured for a window manager or desktop environment?
EDIT: okay, looking over xvnc... it appears not to work the same as regular vnc so I guess my line of inquiry isn't going to help you any... Sorry.
Ok, cr*p thats not it aswell.. Well ive made A screeny so that you guys know what I mean.
There it is.. well the Virtual box is the Fedora PC it has to connect.
And as you see it runs GDM.. (I know for sure the settings of that are correct since Ive changed it to exacly the same as on the CentOS I used to run..)
Then you see the thight VNC that is connected but has a bare X11..
Well, how to fix this?
Does anyone have any clue?
Fixed, how..? I reinstalled the entire system.
And I did EXACLY do the same..
ANd now it works.. :S
Linux works in mistirious ways..