I'm working in a corporate network environment and am having trouble with multiple GNOME sessions. My desktop runs Ubuntu 10.10 and I would like to start another GNOME session on a remote machine running RHEL4 through VNC. My home directory is shared over NFS so the two sessions are always interfering with each other. An extra complication is that both machines are running different versions of GNOME. Is this possible? Would changing the last line from my xstartup.startx file from exec /etx/C11/xinit/xinitrc to gnome-session --choose-session=VNC work?
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