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This Ask Ubuntu answer by Blanca Higgins shows the solution. Install these packages: # apt-get install gnome-panel gnome-settings-daemon metacity nautilus gnome-terminal Use this ~/.vnc/xstartup file: #!/bin/sh export XKL_XMODMAP_DISABLE=1 unset SESSION_MANAGER unset DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS [ -x /etc/vnc/xstartup ] && exec /etc/vnc/xstartup [ ...


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It is currently not possible to get passwords to autosave in RealVNC viewer without creating shortcuts or using the address book.


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Look into Nulana's Remotix. I haven't tested it with dual monitors, but it's listed on the features page. It's as fast or faster than the Native Apple Client.


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I searched over the web and found the information about this. So, I tried the following. And it seems working. 1) Make a *.desktop file under the .config/autostart/ directory. $ vi $HOME/.config/autostart/xrandr-startup.desktop [Desktop Entry] Name=xrandr-startup GenericName=xrandr-startup Comment=Start these up at login ...


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Depends on what you mean by 'using'. If you want multiple users to remotely use the same computer, each have their own screen/keyboard/mouse control, and they don't need to see what each other is doing, then x2go and NX are much better tools for the job. I routinely use them to do even 3D CAD drawings over LAN; VNC would be far too sluggish and bandwidth ...


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Multiple users can connect to a VNC server but that requires you to modify some options in the 'expert tab' of VNC server. so assuming that you are using a recent version of the Real VNC, to allow concurrent connections do the followings: Search for the "AlwaysShared" and set it to "true" Search for the "NeverShared" and set it to "false" after doing ...


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For those running Tomato by Shibby, other Tomato based, or OpenWRT firmware on their router, you could write a little script to automatically wake up any PC on your local network that receives a new connection on its SSH port. I've written about this on my blog and the code is on github gist.


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Assuming that TeamViewer needs to connect to different sites than your web browsing traffic, the easy way to do this is probably to do this with routing. Presumably your wired network connection and your Wi-Fi network connections have different subnets. Make a note of what your default gateway is for the wired connection. Then remove the Default Gateway ...



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