Apr 18, 2007 · I use VNC too. Just checked my log files. Some guy on the 12th tried to log in using user "vnc" and no password. My system is set up a little better then that. But it goes to show the treat is real. The server when it starts up has some command line options one of them controls logging. You can set it to be quite verbose if you want

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Each file corresponds to its VNC user allotted slot, remove the sessions files that are problematic and that session should start successfully. 1 rm -f /tmp/.X11-unix/X1

linuxhelp ~ # vim .vnc/xstartup add the below line in the end of the file exec /usr/bin/mate-session & Now start VNC server with custom resolution using the following command. linuxhelp ~ # vncserver :1 -geometry 800x600 -depth 24 New ' linuxhelp:1 (root)' desktop is linuxhelp:1 Starting applications specified in /home/user/.vnc/xstartup Log

in /etc/vnc.conf comment out the following file : # User configuration # -----# # This section contains entries that may change from user to user. I'm trying to start a VNC session with the Gnome Desktop with the following settings and commands: Kill the session of vnc4server on the server side: selenium@selenium-grid:~$ vnc4server -kill :1 Killing Xvnc4 process ID 10747 edit .vnc/xstartup file to on the server side: $ sudo nano .vnc/xstartup Edited file: Dec 21, 2011 · The TightVNC Server log file path (C:\Windows\system32\config\systemprofile\AppData\Roaming\TightVNC\) is invalid (on my PC) under Windows 7. There is no TightVNC folder under C:\\Roaming\. I have found no option to change the path. The only resolution I can find is to create the path manually.