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VNC in Fedora 11

if you use vncviewer and vncserver a lot you may be wondering where they are in Fedora 11, well they are now known as tigervnc, tightvnc which was a fork of realvnc is now renamed to tigervnc.



So if you want vncserver as root do this:


yum install tigervnc-server


and for vncviewer


yum install vnc


ok now you know how to vnc in Fedora 11, how about doing vnc over ssh to make it more secure !





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