Remote VNC on computer bootup (Lucid)

Steve Malenfant smalenfant at gmail.com
Wed Nov 17 18:11:25 GMT 2010


Sorry for the top-posting, never heard of that (from previous e-mail).

So I created another user which ask a password when logging in. This time,
VNC session got accepted after I logged in.

If I setup a user to login automatically, then the keyring comes up. That's
the problem I have.

This all make sense but I can't achieve the goal of being able to login to
VNC desktop once the machine restarted and until I logged in with the user.
But then I can start a VNC session on :1 and use it until I get home.

Not sure if there is a way to get the keyring to automatically accept the
VNC session.

Steve

On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 11:43 AM, Colin Law <clanlaw at googlemail.com> wrote:

> On 16 November 2010 14:53, Steve Malenfant <smalenfant at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Even worst... I disabled automatic login, now I can't even connect to the
> > session. So automatic login is necessary to be able to connect to :0
> screen.
> > I can't call this "Remote Desktop". I would call this "Remote Assistance
> > once logged in" :)
> > I guess theother VNC session is required. The default remote desktop is
> > non-functional as is.
>
> I am no expert but I thought one had to be logged in in order to use
> VNC.  I thought there was nothing to share until one was logged in.
>
> Colin
>
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