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  • Though I havent used fedora 12 but you can still do this:
    You can log in to the system via ssh.

    $ ssh user@ipaddress

    Then install TigetVNC using yum:

    $ yum install tigervnc

    Answered by kunal
    5 years ago
    1 0
  • [quote name="Kunal P.Bharati"]Though I havent used fedora 12 but you can still do this:
    You can log in to the system via ssh.

    $ ssh user@ipaddress

    Then install TigetVNC using yum:

    $ yum install tigervnc [/quote]

    TigerVNC installed on computer without a monitor. If I try to establish a VNC connection to this computer, the VNC connection window remains black. The End.
    I found a solution to this problem using vnc4server but I want this to work with TigerVNC.

    Answered by kuzja_21
    5 years ago
    0 0
  • For Fedor 12 all works. By their negligence, I made the wrong settings of vncserver'a. I did all over again - all okay. You can close the topic

    Answered by kuzja_21
    5 years ago
    0 1
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