On Fri, 1 Feb 2008, Frank Murphy wrote:
> as long as both are logged in, it's just a click.
The gdmflexiserver thing is worth trying. The other users session
will then appear as a window on your current desktop, probably much
easier to work with.
If you dont have that, running a vncserver with 'gnome-session' as
the ~/.vnc/xstartup would let you access userB's from UserA's
desktop. If you already have UserB's desktop running (via
fast-user-switch), then GNOME has a built-in VNCserver you can run
(vino) - but I'm not sure how you enable that.
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