Ryan Annear | 1 Nov 19:35 2003
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change port on vnc?

Hi

is is possible to change the port to something other then 58XX for the web
access part of it

id like to change it to somthing like 1027

cheers
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ram kumar | 2 Nov 09:05 2003

Need help

Hi,

I am new to VNC.  When I access the VNC server machine through 
Internet Browser from a remote client machine using 5800 port, 
it is OK as long as if it is a dynamic IP address.  But with 
static IP(!) address I am not able to connect to it.

I have no firewall but antivirus installed.

Anyone please help me.

Thanx
RAMKUMAR

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asasa sasas | 2 Nov 15:13 2003

using win vnc to interface with other applications

Hello All, 
  I'm trying to determine if win VNC's screen capture output can be sent to another application. The intent
here is to video capture the screen and not wanting to reinvent the wheel.

Any help to pointers on how to do this, or other applications that provide a means of doing this would be
great. (There is an SDK provided by a software called Camtasia, but it only provides for WinXX)

Regards,
Karthik
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Tony | 2 Nov 16:10 2003

RE:change port on vnc?

Your best bet is to use SSH and redirect it that way.

You also gain security with the encryption of SSH,
and compression..

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> Message: 1
> From: "Ryan Annear" <spudhead82 <at> westnet.com.au>
> To: <vnc-list <at> realvnc.com>
> Subject: change port on vnc?
> Date: Sun, 2 Nov 2003 02:35:38 +0800
> 
> Hi
> 
> is is possible to change the port to something other then 58XX for the
web
> access part of it
> 
> id like to change it to somthing like 1027
> 
> cheers
> 
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Rokas Masiulis | 2 Nov 16:42 2003
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Hello,

fix for user who want's to have working left win ant win_menu keys

please add this on patch for vnc-3.3.7-winsrc/winvnc/winvnc/vnckeymap.cpp

diff -Naur org/vnckeymap.cpp 
fix/vnckeymap.cpp 
--- org/vnckeymap.cpp   2003-11-02 17:02:29.000000000 +0200 
+++ fix/vnckeymap.cpp   2003-11-02 17:03:36.000000000 +0200 
 <at>  <at>  -147,6 +147,11  <at>  <at> 
   { XK_F23,              VK_F23, 0 },
   { XK_F24,              VK_F24, 0 },

+    // Windows_Left, and Menu keys 
+ 
+  { XK_Super_L,          VK_LWIN, 0 }, 
+  { XK_Menu,             VK_APPS, 0 }, 
+ 
     // Modifiers

   { XK_Shift_L,          VK_SHIFT, 0 },

Or user can simply hack binary version of server:

	Version: 3.3.7
	Build: 5 2003 13:48:54
	binary: Program Files/RealVNC/WinVNC/winvnc.exe
0x00035310   D3 FF 00 00  85 00 00 00  D4 FF 00 00  86 00 00 00  ................
0x00035320   D5 FF 00 00  87 00 00 00  E1 FF 00 00  10 00 00 00  ................
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Lee W | 2 Nov 23:48 2003
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Re: multiple servers behind 1 firewall - question

On Sun, 2003-11-02 at 17:11, Joe Kexel wrote:
<snip>
> This makes a nice port forward by demand configuration. It keeps your
> firewall port forwards to a minimum. Caution, if the authentication method
> is compromised, the attacker literally can go to any system within your
> network, or hack other sites from your SSH server. So, there is more
> exposed  with this, if passwords are weak.
> 

How good would Host-Based authentication be for this situation?  My
current assumptions are that it would be no-less secure than using
normal passwords (and may even be more secure as RSA/DSA keys are more
difficult to remember).

Also if you need the port forwarding to be setup upon boot (especially
at remote sites and there is a power cut etc) then Host Auth does not
need to prompt for a password.  

Can SSH forwarding be used from a script without prompting for a
password, maybe stored in a file?

The project I am working on would need to setup multiple forwarding to
multiple workstations at multiple sites, having the ability for this to
work without passwords (but still be secure) would be really useful.

If anyone is interested I will post the (very) preliminary ideas on my
website.  Ramiro, based on your original post I think the project I'm
doing could be overkill but any thoughts you have on it would be useful
to me getting a better overall feel for what features people need.  Let
me know and I'll post the details.
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Jeremy Fox | 3 Nov 00:11 2003

Multiple Monitors and 4.0b4

I like the improvements to Full Screen Mode.  However, there is still one
thing missing for me:  When using multiple monitors, it would be great if it
would remember in the .vnc file which monitor you were using.  For example,
I have a laptop with a WXGA (1280 x 800) screen and an external LCD panel
with SXGA resolution (1280 x 1024).  I want VNC maximized in the secondary
display.  However, if I save my settings in a .vnc file, when I execute the
file, it shows up full screen in my primary display, and the bottom 224
pixels are below the viewable area.  I have to exit full screen mode, place
the window on the second panel, and then return to full screen mode.  Any
way to accomplish this as the software currently exists?  Or any chance this
can be implemented in the future?

TIA.

-Jeremy
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Jeremy Fox | 3 Nov 00:22 2003

TV Tuner on Host Machine

On the VNC host machine, I have a TV tuner.  When I connect to it, the video
window (or if I have it full-screen, the entire screen), is a green color.
I fully understand that the video will not update in real time.  What I was
wondering was if it were possible to customize that green color.  And if
not, if that might be introduced into a later build.  I find the green color
to be, how shall I put it, less than aesthetically pleasing.  :)

TIA

-Jeremy
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ViNCe | 3 Nov 05:32 2003
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RE: TV Tuner on Host Machine

it seems video overlay is not supported by VNC...
if it has to send that much data, why not put it on a streaming server?

for Windows there is a free program for it, on the Media Player pages...
sounds weird, free and Microsoft, but it does work well

ViNCe

Pinnacle PCTV is Magenta also, while media player is dark green :-)

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Onderwerp: Re: TV Tuner on Host Machine

> On the VNC host machine, I have a TV tuner.  When I connect to it, the
video
> window (or if I have it full-screen, the entire screen), is a green color.
> I fully understand that the video will not update in real time.  What I
was
> wondering was if it were possible to customize that green color.  And if
> not, if that might be introduced into a later build.  I find the green
color
> to be, how shall I put it, less than aesthetically pleasing.  :)

Try a different tuner.  My ATI shows up as Magenta.
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Gu Shaodong | 3 Nov 07:24 2003
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Why can't I start two winvnc in my computer?

Hi,guys:

Here's a question and any comment about it is appreciated. :-)
Why can't I start two winvnc in my win2k sp4 computer? Whether there's
something impossible to overcome?

I've downloaded the source code and compile it on my system. There's a
piece of code in it as below:
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
if (!instancehan.Init())
{
// We don't allow multiple instances!
MessageBox(NULL, "Another instance of WinVNC is already running",
szAppName, MB_OK);
return 0;
}
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
I comment the "return 0;" line and recompile again, of course the first
winvnc is no problem, but when
the second one starts, both crash at once. I've tried to trace the
reason but got lost. //shy

I'm puzzled about this and ask for your kind help.

Thank you very much !

TIA

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