VNC - server started at boot-time

Barry C. Hawkins barry.hawkins at
Mon Mar 31 09:57:07 PST 2003

Also, be sure to review the manpage for su, because you may or may not want to 
use the -l switch versus -m or the other options.  It affects the login 
context. Issue "man su" at the command line for more.

Barry C. Hawkins
Systems Consultant
All Things Computed
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Quoting Matthias Teege <matthias at>:

> "D. Theunissen" <danzel at> writes:
> > eg. I want to start the vncserver as user 'dan' during boot.
> put 
>  su -l dan -c '/usr/local/bin/vncserver' && echo "vncserver "
> in a startup script under /usr/local/etc/rc.d
> Bis dann
> Matthias
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