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Remote Control for a AcerOne Aspire running Linpus Linux lite.

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I wanted to install a VNC server to the Acer AspireOne running Linpus Linux lite. I can get the vnc viewer to work, but I need a method to logon and control the netbook after it is deployed. The key is that I need to see what is being displayed on the netbook when I log in which is why I am trying to use VNC. I have tried RealVNC and TightVNC and nether will run the server.

Instead of a VNC server I also tried to get the shared desktop application working in KDE. I can load KDE, get the share desktop running, but the "configure" button does not work. I need to set the application to accept all inbound requests. Any ideas? I noticed that I can not get into thw KDE network manager and I believe the two issues are related,
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