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Old 23rd June 2009, 04:10 AM
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F11 TigerVNC + Vino

Since installing F11, I've been unable to get "Remote Desktop Sharing" through Vino working. I am able to connect remotely to the running X session from a windows box using the TigerVNC client and I get an initial screenshot on the client. However, my F11 box never seems to send any screen updates to any TigerVNC client. I can see the remote mouse moving, and I know that I'm affecting the host X session, but I can't actually see what's changing on the server from the client. This appears to happen on every client (Windos 7, Vista, and F11) I've tried.

On an unrelated note, I'm also having issues with xchat placed in the startup programs list. Whenever xchat is executed on system startup, the tray icon doesn't show up, but closing x-chat still seems to minimize the program to the invisible tray icon. Starting xchat through console or through the applications menu seems to cause the tray menu to show up just fine.

Not sure what to do about either of these issues.
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