Sadly, my tinker-time has run out....
doug at fledge.watson.org
Mon Sep 10 15:22:00 PDT 2007
On Mon, 3 Sep 2007, Pollywog wrote:
> On Sunday 02 September 2007 23:37:49 Andrew Gould wrote:
>> Don't feel guilty. Keep a FreeBSD server running at home while you travel!
>> You can backup your data securely and use it remotely via tightvnc.
> There must be some trick to accessing a FreeBSD server via VNC.
> I have done it on Linux but I could not get it to work in FreeBSD.
I am using tightvnc-1.2.9_1 on FreeBSD and the windows versions of tightvnc on
win2k and windows XP Pro. On FreeBSD I only have used vncviewer running the
server on the winders boxes. I am using FreeBSD 6.2. The only issue I had was
the screen quality with XP Pro which went away with the latest version of the
tightvnc windows software. On Mac OS/X I am running Vine VNC from Redstone
The thing that I have not tried is going from windows/mac to FreeBSD, using ssh
for that. Is that the issue for you?
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