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How to remove VNC Server off Centos Linux

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I am currently running a Centos Linux server and I have VNC services on my system and I want to remove VNC server.  Can you direct me in how to do this?  The VNC server is xvnc.
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Try -

yum remove xvnc
rpm -aq|grep -i vnc
yum -ev xvnc

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great information
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