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Old 23rd March 2012, 12:11 PM
SeDonk Offline
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use TIgervnc and index.vnc to start new desktop


My goal is to start a vncserver from a browser.

I've copied /usr/share/vnc/classes/index.vnc to ../vnc_test.

Then I've started a vncserver with the vncserver script and used my browser as a viewer at machine:5801. I typed machine:5801/vnc_test in a new browser window. The Tigervncviewer viewed my current desktop, but I want it to start a new desktop session.

Can anybody help me change the index.vnc file to start a new session? Any other sollutions to start a vncserver form a browser are more than welcome!

Thanks in advance for your help, Sem

My vnc_test:
HTML Code:
<APPLET CODE=com.tigervnc.vncviewer.VncViewer ARCHIVE=VncViewer.jar
<param name=PORT value=$5902>
<param name="Open New Window" value=yes>
<A href="http://www.tigervnc.org/">TigerVNC site</A>
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