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Posted on 2011-03-10
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I have a OpenSUSE Server 11.3, and I use YAST - VNC service to have a remote access.

Works fine, but when the VNC close, I can connect again to the same state session (For example if the internet go down, when I reconnect again, the linux show me again the login process and when I login with the same user, show me a new session)

How can I keep the session open and reconnect

I see in the title of the vnc window (nobody's x11 desktop),

Regards
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Question by:lnrivera
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woolmilkporc earned 500 total points
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Try "screen"

http://ss64.com/bash/screen.html

It has the ability of resuming detached sessions, among many other features.

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I haven't use vnc for quite a while.

It seems that some of your vnc setting mess up.
Just uninstall VNC and remove ~/.vnc directory then re-install VNC again.

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