Lance Dryden wrote:
> Conor Wynne wrote:
>> Hi lads,
>>>> Poxy twm starts and I need gnome to work.
>> Surely this should work as is, what have I done wrong?
>>>> And no, I never use VNC :-)
>> Put "the right stuff" in an executable file "$VNCROOT/xstartup". For
> a typical user, $VNCROOT is probably == "$HOME/.vnc"
>> As an example, "the right stuff" in my case looks like:
>> --- BEGIN xstartup ---
>> xrdb /home/$USER/.Xdefaults
> # this line should be changed to something more appropriate
> # the following line, if uncommented, would kick kde on a Gentoo box
>> # the following line permits the entire Xvnc instance to terminate
> # properly after the WM dies
> vncserver -kill $DISPLAY
> --- END xstartup ---
>> Caveat: this is, as you might guess, from a Gentoo system running its
> build of VNC. I believe the standard realvnc source will honor the
> "xstartup" file but be watchful in case your distro does something
> unusual, or you are using a different VNC build.
>> Ath mhaith duit,
> Lance Dryden
I'll give that a go later so. Maybe a PATH issue so.
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