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« Online: 26 de Julho de 2005, 20:16 »
em windows usava o vnc e tal.. precisei de voltar a usar..
saquei o realvnc, que sempre usei, ate ai tudo bem..
segui as instruçoes do README:

VNC 4.1.7 Binary Distribution for Unix platforms

Copyright (C) 2002-2005 RealVNC Ltd.  All Rights Reserved.

Please see LICENSE.txt for licensing information.

The following programs are included in this package.  For detailed
usage information, please refer to the included manual pages, also
available at

  vncviewer   - The VNC Viewer for X

  vncserver   - The VNC Server for X

  vncconfig   - Configuration tool for VNC Server.

  vncpasswd   - VNC Authentication password tool for VNC Server.

  vnckeygen   - Cryptographic key generator for VNC Server.

  vnclicense  - License management tool for VNC Server.

Also included are:

  x0vncserver - Polling VNC Server for existing X sessions.

  Xvnc        - X VNC Server, used internally by vncserver.

In addition to these standalone programs, on Linux platforms this distribution
can also be used to turn a native XFree86 version 4 X server into a VNC server.
This is done using a module loaded at run-time.  On other platforms, VNC
support can only be added by replacing the native X server binary - you must
build from the source distribution if this is what you want.

You need a reasonably recent version of the X window system installed.  This
come as standard with most unix machines.  If you don't have it
installed, see or

You should copy the programs to some directory which is in your PATH
environment variable, such as /usr/local/bin.  You can use the vncinstall
script to do this for you:

  % ./vncinstall /usr/local/bin

This will also attempt to install the manual pages in an appropriate directory.
You can specify an alternative directory as a second argument to vncinstall:

  % ./vncinstall /usr/local/bin /usr/local/man

It will also try to install the XFree86 version 4 module if appropriate.
This will be copied to the /usr/X11R6/lib/modules/extensions directory and can
be enabled like any other module by adding a Load "vnc" line to the Module
section of XF86Config.  The parameters listed in the Xvnc manual page can be
set as options in XF86Config e.g. Option "passwordFile" "/root/.vnc/passwd".
Note that for some reason options cannot be set in the Module section of
XF86Config - try the Screen section.

VNC Viewer for Java is provided in-built to VNC Server, but newer viewer
versions can be used if required by placing the files in a suitable directory,
e.g. /usr/local/vnc/classes and setting VNC Server's httpdir parameter.
By default, VNC Server's httpdir parameter will default to <inbuilt>.

The default settings used by VNC Server can be modified by editing the system-
wide defaults file at /etc/vnc/config, or the user's own overrides at
%HOME/.vnc/config.  This includes both VNC settings e.g. PasswordFile, and
X server settings, e.g. geometry.  Settings can also be overridden for a
specific instance of vncserver only, by providing them on the command-line.

aí.. tento correr..

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pubuntu@ubuntu:~$ vncviewer
vncviewer: error while loading shared libraries: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

tenhoa  libdc6 ja no sistema e instalei a libstdc++6


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« Resposta #1 Online: 27 de Julho de 2005, 07:27 »
nao.. pois ela nao me aparece:

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pubuntu@ubuntu:~$ apt-cache search vnc
tsclient - Windows Terminal Services (RDP) client for GNOME
vino - VNC server for GNOME
vnc-common - Virtual network computing server software
xvncviewer - Virtual network computing client software for X
libvncauth-dev - Virtual network computing authentication headers and static lib
libvncauth0 - Virtual network computing authentication library
krdc - KDE Remote Desktop Client
krfb - KDE Remote Screen Server
3dwm-clock - 3Dwm applications
3dwm-csgclient - libsolid client example
3dwm-geoclient - 3Dwm geometry client example
3dwm-pickclient - libzorn client example
3dwm-server - 3Dwm display server
3dwm-texclient - 3Dwm texture client example
3dwm-vncclient - 3Dwm network client
directvnc - VNC client using the framebuffer as display
hydra - Very fast network logon cracker
hydra-gtk - Very fast network logon cracker - GTK+ based GUI
iprelay - User-space bandwidth shaping TCP proxy daemon
kcemirror - Windows CE remote control tool like VNC
libcelsius - operating system abstraction library for 3Dwm
libcelsius-dev - development files for libcelcius
libgarbo - windowing systems compatibility library for 3Dwm
libgarbo-dev - development files for libgarbo
libnobel - 3Dwm client library
libnobel-dev - development files for libnobel
libpolhem - 3Dwm interface library to Nobel
libpolhem-dev - development files for libpolhem
libsolid - solids trace library
libsolid-dev - development files for libsolid
libsvncpp-dev - Subversion C++ library (development files)
libsvncpp0 - Subversion C++ shared library
libvncserver-dev - An easy API to write one's own VNC server
libzorn - interface library to painting functions
libzorn-dev - development files for libzorn
linuxvnc - A VNC server to monitor a tty
rfb - VNC Server for X11 - exports current display
svncviewer - Virtual network computing client software for SVGA
tightvncserver - Virtual network computing server software
tkvnc - Displays a list of (defined) machines to start VNC to
vnc4-common - Virtual network computing server software
vnc4server - Virtual network computing server software
vncserver - Virtual network computing server software
vtgrab - A VNC like console monitoring
x11vnc - A VNC server which uses your current X11 session
x2vnc - A dual-screen hack - link a MS-Windows and X display
xtightvncviewer - Virtual network computing client software for X
xvnc4viewer - Virtual network computing client software for X
xwnc - Mix of Xvnc and XDarwin with improved protocol
tightvnc-java - TightVNC java applet and command line program
vnc-java - VNC java applet and command line program

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« Resposta #2 Online: 06 de Outubro de 2005, 10:23 »
Citação de: "Xterminator"
instala o vino "se não já estiver instalado" ele deve puxá-lo como dependência
sudo apt-get install vino
depois você pode usar

Sistema->Preferências->Área de Trabalho Remota

Aplicações->Ferramentas de Sistema->Cliente de Terminal Server

hey pessoal...
aproveitando o topico...
estou precisando acessar um client com win2k (com o radmin instalado).... eu sei q usando o rdesktop eh possivel para terminal services... mas neste caso com um programa/porta especificos eh possivel com o proprio rdesktop.. ou tem um software melhor para isso?!?!?

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