VNC server port and VNC alternatives
inzanix at gmail.com
Wed Jan 25 06:47:33 UTC 2006
I an also new to ubuntu, but in the past I have looked at VNC and found it a
bit cumbersome. Since then I have started using the combination of
freenx/nomachine, bothe available from www.nomachine.com. This is an
excellent tool for managing multiple linux systems from a single desktop. It
even has a client for windoze, though I have not got this working yet. Using
the combination on ubuntu, FC4 and opensuse10 with no problems.
On 1/23/06, Michael Kintzer <mkintzer at myrio.com> wrote:
> I'm an ubuntu newbie transferring over from Fedora. I'd like to
> install x11vnc on my ubuntu deployments, but when I try to configure the
> source I get this error:
> configure: error:
> A working X window system build environment is required to build x11vnc.
> Make sure any required X development packages are installed. If they are
> installed in non-standard locations, one can use the --x-includes=DIR
> and --x-libraries=DIR configure options or set the CPPFLAGS and LDFLAGS
> environment variables to indicate where the X window system header files
> and libraries may be found.
> Could you point me to where the X development packages are normally
> installed on a typical ubuntu deployment?
> Many Thanks,
> Michael Kintzer
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> ubuntu-users at lists.ubuntu.com
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