VNC

From The System Administrator Zone

VNC is client-server application that uses it own protocol. In a way it is similar to Windows Remote Desktop, but it can be run for each user and each user can have a different desktop. It is very efficient over high latency (long distance) links. The most typical usage of VNC is when the client (VNC viewer) is running on desktop and the server on a Unix system.

VNC Related Links

RealVNC TightVNC UltraVNC Vine Viewer
VNC -- The Essential Sysadmin Tool VNC on Solaris VNC on Fedora
x11vnc

Installation on Solaris

1 Download the appropriate version from SunFreeware.com 1 Install on the remote system using "pkgadd -d filename" 1 Run the server on the remote system using "x11vnc -display :0"


Installation on Fedora

yum install xinetd vnc{,-server}
chkconfig vncserver off
chkconfig xinetd on

See: FedoraForum.org