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Unknown VNC Viewer

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Using VNC Viewer in Linux:

Step 1

Open a terminal window. The terminal will be found under "Applications" and "Accessories (GNOME)" or "Start" and "Utilities (KDE)."


Step 2

Install vncviewer. sudo apt-get install vncviewer.


Step 3

Type the command: vncviewer hostname:number. The VNC server will start with a session number. You will need to know this number to connect to the server. For example: vncviewer linuxhost:1


Step 4

Enter the password for the vncserver.

This password will most likely be different than the password used to actually log into the system.


Step 5

Use the remote desktop. The VNC server will provide you with a graphical desktop that you can use as you would a local desktop.

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VNC Viewer

Version

E4.5.3 (r39012)

Uninstall String

/Applications/RealVNC/VNC Viewer.app

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