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I am a newbie.
Can u please tell me how to start vncserver from xinetd (or inetd) and have it connect to a xdm/kdm/gdm login manager.

Thanks in advance
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Here is a (rather long) question that describes (in excruciating detail :-) how you can set this up (but owensleftfoot's link looks good too). It's just that I spent soo much time on this question, I have to reuse it every now and them :-)
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