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need to install vnc on ubuntu server gui version

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need to install vnc on ubuntu server gui version help
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I don't quite understand, you need the vnc server on a server?  use: apt-cache search vnc to see a listing of all the possible vnc packages.  One I like is x11vnc, another is tightvncserver.
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Please explain better what you mean and want to do.  Do you have a server without X (without gui)?  where are you connecting from and to?  
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i fix it sorry here is the point any way it turns out the kubuntu i downloaded by mistake instead of ubuntu ( kubuntu is so strip down it would be impossable to install every thing
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i fix
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