Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 444594
vnc-ltsp-config: Add some basic documentation (RFE)
Last modified: 2008-11-26 08:54:08 EST
vnc-ltsp-config could do with at least some *basic* documentation on how to set
it up after installing.
Some useful steps are in bug #181451 - here is a quick edit:
Disable the regular VNC sessions on the machine:
$ /sbin/service vnc stop
Enable the vncts service with
$ chkconfig vncts on
(becuase it's disabled by default).
Lastly, configure your desktop/login manger (gdm or kdm) to allow
XDMCP connections from localhost. This is done by:
a) running the graphical tool gdmsetup (System -> Administration -> Login
Window), and enable remote logins from the "Remote" tab
i) For gdm, edit /etc/gdm/custom.conf and see if you can find a section
beginning "[xdmcp]". If you can't, add it. Then, underneath "[xdmcp]", add:
Enable = true
ii) for kdm, do [...fill this in, I don't use kdm...]
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