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I just installed RealVnc and it would not work because something else was listening to port 5900 and it was vino-server. I changed the port for RealVNC to 5901 and ...
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    I need to change the port vino-server is listening to


    I just installed RealVnc and it would not work because something else was listening to port 5900 and it was vino-server. I changed the port for RealVNC to 5901 and now I can get RealVnc to work but I am having more problems with RealVnc now and I want it to use 5900. So I need some help to change the port for vino-server. Thank you for all help in advance.

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    Why do you want to run both? They are both means of getting a desktop via remote client. In any event, if you really need both running, it would probably be better to get VNC running on a non-conflicting port.

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