So I'm trying to setup remote administration on a computer that's not at my house, but I'm finding that all of the FAQs on this are out of date.
As far as I'm concerned, an FAQ like this:
Is highly informative, yes. But if all these hoops have to be jumped through? Then this software is by default broken. It's broken. When I do a yum - install _____________________ whatever the software happens to be, it should work after it's installed. I did the install, and it doesn't work. It's broken. I did an install of libreoffice earlier, and it was great. It worked after install. Firefox works after install.
This isn't the mid 90's anymore. We actually like software that works once installed, don't we?
Anyways, this FAQ says to go to the file "/etc/sysconfig/vncservers" but when I get there, this is what I see:
# THIS FILE HAS BEEN REPLACED BY /lib/systemd/system/vncserver@.service
Ok. So I go to the file specified. It looks nothing like what I'm supposed to look for. I don't see a specification for software resolution, usernames, and so forth.
Anybody want to take a stab at this or point to a better FAQ which I missed? This is frustrating. It should've worked after Yum install. Type in the IP address, specify the user IDs, passwords, and go. That's not a lot to ask.