I have colinux 2.6.10 up and running. Networking is up and running using TAP. From colinux I can reach internet sites, can ping my W2k host (192.168.0.1) and other comps on the LAN. I can ping my colinux from W2k host (ping 192.168.0.40).
I followed all the instructions to get vnc working. From root I issue vncserver -geom... -depth... . It gives me:
New 'X' desktop is colinux:1
Starting applications specified in /etc/X11/Xsession
Log file is /root/.vnc/colinux:1.log
I run VNCViewer with 192.168.0.40:1
Nothing... It just seems that if I can ping both ways vnc should work. Any suggestions? Thanks.
I was able to get vnc to work from a different computer on our LAN. Brings up the KDE Desktop. Urrg... why can't I get this to work from the host?
Could you try the connection out with a simpler service like telnet or ssh?
If you can iron out the problems there, you could move onto trying it with VNC.
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