The installation and use statement of the remote control tool VNC: The content of this article is for Red Hat Linux 3.0. The VNC version is its own version. The installation and configuration of different versions of the Linux system may be slightly different. The main application of the Linux system is as a network server. The server is generally placed in a special machine room. This environment cannot allow administrators to carry out local management work, and as a system administrator directly perform daily maintenance work on the server, it is outdated, wrong and desirable. As a result, most servers are maintained through "remote management". VNC is a remote management software that is very suitable for Linux. 1. VNC Introduction VNC (Virtual Network Computing, virtual network computer) is a software that can remotely control remote control, support Linux remote desktop management, and is also suitable for other operating systems. Putty, SSH, etc. can only be remote management of command mode. VNC software is composed of server VNC Server and client VNC Viewer, which can be installed separately. Remote computers must install the server to carry out remote management through the client of the local computer. 2. The startup and settings of VNC under the linux under Red Hat Linux 3.0. The system has its own VNC software. Use the following command to see if the VNC software has been installed: #RPM -QAGREP VNC -View whether VNCVNC has been installed in the Linux system. -4.0-0.beta4.1.1VNC-Server-4.0-0.beta4.1.1 If there is no VNC in the system, you can go/next installation, or install it from the Linux installation disk, here is no more to say. The startup and settings of VNC Server (1) Start VNC Server: #VNCSERVER to generate a password file You Will Require A Password to Access your desktops.n Password: Set remote management passwordn VERIFY: Confirm the passwordn New ‘x’ desktop is linux: 1 -remember to use this line later.n Creating default startup script /root/.vnc/xstartupn Starting Specify in /root/.vnc/xstartupn Log file is /root/.vnc/linux:1.log I use root users for remote management. Of course Then use the VNCPASSWD command to generate password files. Of course, you can also use this command to change the password. (2) Set Vnc Server Edit $ HOME/.vNC/XSTARTUP file ($ Home refers to the linux user directory, I am the root super user directory here). Pay attention to this step, if it is not done here, then it is possible to display a gray interface or not connected at all when logging in to the client. #Vi ROOT/.vNC/XSATARTUP Remove the following two comments: Unset Session_/ETC/X11/XINIT/XINITRC is uncomfortable to use the default TWM window manager of the VNC, so the TWM
VNC is a connection to the remote desktop. The remote desktop capture transmission. Compared with the streaming media processing method is relatively low, So when remotely controlled the dragging window, the screen is constantly capturing and transmitted, and the response will be relatively slow will be relatively slow. R n can stay a little and then continue the next step,
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