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Hi All,

I have tigervnc installed by default on Fedora 14 install, I have downloaded and installed RealVNC but when I follow instructions to run the server (i.e. run "vncserver" on command prompt) I am told that tigervnc must be installed.

Do I need to dis-associate tigervnc and associate real vnc?  The system does not seem to know that Real VNC is installed.

Thanks

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Hi,

find the attached file for vnc setup.

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VNC-server-config.doc
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Some tweaking got me there with the help of this docco, thanks.

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