Lox Thomson said:
I kick myself for loosing the past post that described this.
I have a Fedora Core 1 server that I didn't install the VNC with the
Got the binaries from the VNC site, still version 3.
Why not use the VNC 4 beta4 version that comes with Fedora?
everything seems right. But one thing I did not do was install TWM. No
need; would much rather have KDE running. So I find that the
/$HOME/.vnc/xstartup command that runs,
It's much easier of you use the VNC that Fedora ships (it's already in
xstartup, just commented out). But, if you insist: