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VNC viewer for Red Hat Linux

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Is there a VNC viewer for Red Hat Linux?  I have a thin client that runs red hat linux and I would like to install a VNC viewer so I can control some XP pro PC's - so the server side needs to have a windows app.

I also need help on how to install and run a program on red hat linux.

Thanks for the help!
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install vnc for vnc-viewer
$ yum install vnc

For the server bit(s):
$ yum install vnc-server

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You can also install the RPM from http://www.realvnc.com/products/download.html
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