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I'm running centos 5.3 and rhel6.  on RHEL6 I have installed tigervnc and centos has realvnc. I have starte  the vncserver on centos and trying to connect using vnviewer from  rhel6 and gotting the following error message.  There is no firewall and when I look at centos BOX, xvnc is running and port is listening to it. What may be the problem? Thanks in advance

 main:        unable connect to socket: Connection refused (111)
[1]+  Exit 127                vncviwer
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any help?
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Duncan Roe earned 500 total points
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Use tcpdump to see what socket it is trying to connect to
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tcpdump wasn't helpful to resolve this issue.
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