Originally Posted by marcrblevins
I prefer you to have root last in your /etc/sysconfig/vncservers file for now, can't remember why I did that.
Here is my list:
yum install tigervnc-server
chkconfig vncserver on
service vncserver start
Have each normal user login and type:
I have Fedora 17. When I run the chkconfig command, I get:
error reading information on service vncserver: no such file or directory
I am probably missing a config file?
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I should add, I am running Fedora / KDE. First, I tried going to Desktop Sharing, enabling that with a password (allowing uninvited incoming connections), but that doesn't seem to respond when I connect via TightVNC client using IP address. Perhaps I need to specify a display port?
Then, I came across this post, tried the yum install, but hit a brick wall there.