How to Install and Configure VNC Server on Ubuntu

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Aaron Kili

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4 Responses

  1. Arend says:

    Nice attempt.

    Unfortunately the xstartup bash cracks when it can NOT find “/etc/vnc/xstartup” to execute.

    There is a “/etc/tigervnc/” directory but it doesn’t contain an “xstartup” file either.

    So where is this “xstartup” executable ?

    • Aaron Kili says:

      @Arend

      The most important xstartup file is the one located in ~/.vnc/xstartup. You can remove the line “exec /etc/vnc/xstartup” if the file doesn’t exit.

  2. Stephan Schutter says:

    Is there seriously not a script that will do all this time consuming pain instead?

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