svend&hesper | 1 Apr 23:02 2006
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help

Dear TightSupport,

I am having problems with my host name and VNC SERVER, what do I type in =
in the pathfield opposite these prompts?  I am willing to make a $50 =
donation if someone could please assist me with this matter and help get =

this program to work! If, or once the program is working, I am more than =

willing to make a SECOND donation. PLEASE email me, WWW.SVEND99 <at> COX.NET, =



Kind Reguards,


Svend Hoflund
Tim | 2 Apr 11:49 2006
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How do I tell


How do I tell if the tightvnc server is running on a remote machine, I can't 
get the vnc client to connect so I need to check if the server is running. I 
have ssh access to the server but I am not good with the cli. Long term view 
is to get fullgui desktop over tightvnc

Tim

		
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Jerry Westrick | 2 Apr 22:56 2006

Re: help

On Saturday 01 April 2006 23.02, svend&hesper wrote:
> Dear TightSupport,
>
> I am having problems with my host name and VNC SERVER, what do I type in =
> in the pathfield opposite these prompts?  I am willing to make a $50 =
> donation if someone could please assist me with this matter and help get =
>
> this program to work! If, or once the program is working, I am more than =
>
> willing to make a SECOND donation. PLEASE email me, WWW.SVEND99 <at> COX.NET, =
>
>
>
> Kind Reguards,
>
>
> Svend Hoflund

Hello Svend....

No donation necesary...

But if you explain how far you got, 
and where you are having problems
the people on the list will be happy 
to help you...

Jerry

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gene200 | 3 Apr 05:32 2006
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Re: VNC-Tight-list digest, Vol 1 #1671 - 2 msgs

i cant help you either---im in the same bucket--if someone will help me get vnc going ill make donation too   gene200 <at> bellsouth.net

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> Subject: How do I tell
> Date: Sun, 2 Apr 2006 10:49:43 +0100
> 
> 
> How do I tell if the tightvnc server is running on a remote machine, I can't 
> get the vnc client to connect so I need to check if the server is running. I 
> have ssh access to the server but I am not good with the cli. Long term view 
> is to get fullgui desktop over tightvnc
> 
> Tim
> 
> 		
> ___________________________________________________________ 
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> From: Jerry Westrick <jerry <at> westrick.com>
> To: vnc-tight-list <at> lists.sourceforge.net
> Subject: Re: help
> Date: Sun, 2 Apr 2006 22:56:51 +0200
> 
> On Saturday 01 April 2006 23.02, svend&hesper wrote:
> > Dear TightSupport,
> >
> > I am having problems with my host name and VNC SERVER, what do I type in =
> > in the pathfield opposite these prompts?  I am willing to make a $50 =
> > donation if someone could please assist me with this matter and help get =
> >
> > this program to work! If, or once the program is working, I am more than =
> >
> > willing to make a SECOND donation. PLEASE email me, WWW.SVEND99 <at> COX.NET, =
> >
> >
> >
> > Kind Reguards,
> >
> >
> > Svend Hoflund
> 
> 
> Hello Svend....
> 
> No donation necesary...
> 
> But if you explain how far you got, 
> and where you are having problems
> the people on the list will be happy 
> to help you...
> 
> Jerry
> 
> 
> 
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John Aldrich | 3 Apr 15:36 2006

RE: How do I tell

vnc-tight-list-admin <at> lists.sourceforge.net wrote on Sunday, April 02, 2006
5:50 AM:

> How do I tell if the tightvnc server is running on a
> remote machine, I can't get the vnc client to connect so
> I need to check if the server is running. I have ssh
> access to the server but I am not good with the cli. Long
> term view is to get fullgui desktop over tightvnc 
> 
What O/S is the remote machine running? If, as you say, you have SSH access,
chances are you're running some variant of Unix (i.e. linux) on there and
the following command *should* show whether VNC is running and what port:

ps aux | grep vnc 

That should tell you two things: 1) *is* VNC running on the remote machine
and 2) what port number. The output should look something like this: 
john      4029  0.6  3.0 40792 39020 ?       S    Mar15 165:57 Xvnc :2
-desktop (machinename):2 (john) -httpd /usr/share/vnc/classes -auth
/home/john/.Xauthority -geometry 1152x864 -depth 16bpp -rfbwait 30000
-rfbauth /home/john/.vnc/passwd -rfbport 5902 -pn -localhost
john     30730  0.0  0.1  3164 1424 pts/4    S    Mar16   2:35 vncconfig
-nowin
john     20674  0.0  0.0  3732  644 pts/2    R+   09:34   0:00 grep vnc

For security reasons, I've replace my machine's name with "(machine name)".
:-)

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John Aldrich | 3 Apr 15:39 2006

RE: VNC-Tight-list digest, Vol 1 #1671 - 2 msgs

vnc-tight-list-admin <at> lists.sourceforge.net wrote on Sunday, April 02, 2006
11:32 PM:

> i cant help you either---im in the same bucket--if someone
> will help me get vnc going ill make donation too
> gene200 <at> bellsouth.net
> 
Gene & Svend:
We need some more info from you, please, such as what operating system you
are running and what, exactly, you are trying to do... it's pretty
straightforward -- just install it and run it. On Windows, you will be
prompted if you want to have VNC running as a service. On linux / unix, it's
a little more detailed... Please give us more info and we'll be glad to
help!
	Thanks
	John Aldrich

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John Aldrich | 3 Apr 21:11 2006

RE: How do I tell

Tim wrote on Monday, April 03, 2006 3:01 PM:
[snip]
> 
> Been talking to another poster and it looks like the
> server is rejecting the password.
> 
> mit <at> Titan:~$ vncviewer 192.168.1.81:1
> VNC server supports protocol version 3.3 (viewer 3.3)
> Password: 
> 
> I would of only chosen one of two passwords and neither
> of them work. So it look like I am going to reconfigure
> the server. 
> 
Could be. You should just be able to run "vncpasswd" from the prompt and
that should fix it. 'Course, you'll probably have to shut down the VNC
server before you run this so that it'll have the correct password

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Hiscox, Tom | 3 Apr 20:29 2006

TightVNC Display..

I am using TightVNC using a web browser as a viewer.  My only problem is that when I connect, the display of the server screen is so big that I can only see about one quarter of the display and must scroll to see the entire screen.  Is there a setting or an option  that controls what I am seeing?
 
Thanks for any help.
 
 
FS Inc. | 6 Apr 03:04 2006
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Using a custom port in Tight VNC running on a service on Windows 2000

Hi all, I am expereiencing a weird problem here.  Any help is appreciated.

When I used TightVNC on the defalut port (5900) I realised that I could connect to the Win2000 machine even when it was at the logon box.  And I could then type in a username and password and log into the win 2000 machine.  I have since then began using a custom port for TightVNC and this feature seems to have disappeard.  That is, when Win 2000 is at the log in screen Tight VNC does not allow me to connect any more,  I would physically have to go to that machine in question, log in, and then when the win2000 desktop loads, then I would be able to get in with the tightVNC viewer using the custom port.  How can I use the custom port and still get a connect to the machine while its sitting at the log in screen as it did before.

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Random Netperson | 6 Apr 04:24 2006
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when locking windows tightvnc doesnt work

when i lock my computer then try to log into it with
tightvnc from another computer, it doesnt work.  after
entering my tightvnc password, it just gives me a link
to http://www.tightvnc.com.  i can login fine with an
unlocked computer.  with ultravnc and realvnc i get
the windows login screen after entering my real/ultra
vnc password.  so it works fine with these 2.  is
there an option in tightvnc that will allow me to get
to my windows login screen? 

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