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I'm in a similar situation. As mentioned by others, audio and screen will still be outputted by your desktop using VNC. If you're concerned about the performance hit of unneeded screen streaming, I recommend installing x11vnc server on your desktop. It has a "slow_fb" tuning option which lets you set a screen pooling delay, without affecting inputs. Just ...


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I haven't actually done this, but the simplest solution I can imagine would be some combination of iOSSimulator or TeamViewer and then Sikuli, which lets you do graphical scripting with UI elements. It's difficult to describe, but go to that site and watch some of the Testing demo Videos. I'd be concerned that it would be a rather brittle solution, though. ...


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iOS has an extensive set of built-in mechanisms (called UI Automation) to let you interact with on screen objects and areas. As a result, there are a range of UI Automation testing solutions for iOS application, starting with the built-in UI Automation features in Apples Instruments tool. I would suggest you start with that and then look at some of the ...


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FYI, this isn't VNC-related; I'm using Chrome under TigerVNC (which is better than basic TightVNC/RealVNC btw) right now; the only thing I have to live with is the lack of WebGL. I just run google-chrome and it works. Does this only occur if you're trying to run Chrome in VNC, or have you tried running Chrome on a physical X server? Possibly pastebin the ...


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I use solely X2GO for myself and my clients. If you provide information on how exactly is it failing for you, i'll do my best to help with it. Regards, http://catcher.hdcs.cz


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For this kind of usage i would recommend X2GO. It's a client-server software allowing you to do exactly what you need. You just need to install X2GO-server on box B and X2GO client on box A. https://x2go.org I'm using this setup for all my work - connecting from a thin-client-like, very old and slow computer to a remote server. You can choose if you want ...


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Solution was simple: Log out from the gnome session and log-in (a new session).


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I don't about any hotkey for escaping nor way to define it at RealVNC Viewer. I would really love to know. Meanwhile, I use two workarounds for this: Pressing some hotkey that is defined for a local program, as long as they are prioritized by RealVNC Viewer. This automatically send focus to local desktop. Problem: such hotkey will not work on the remote ...


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As already said in the comments, you can use SSH with X11 forwarding. You need to run a SSH server on B. Then, SSH into B on A via ssh -X <B> and run the programs you want in the command line. By using X11 forwarding, windows opened on B will use the existing window manager on A, instead of being contained in a single window on A.


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Are you using FreeNX? Afaik neither NoMachine or NX 3.5.0 can coexist with FreeNX on the same machine, they are different products. Be sure to uninstall FreeNX and try again.


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I think this is what I'm looking for: XDMCP XDMCP is a remote desktop protocol. With XDMCP, one computer A running X11 can connecting computer B running X11, and interact with computer B as if one were physically at computer B. XDMCP is integrated into X.org, the default X11 server in Ubuntu. XDMCP also needs to be implemented by the display manager. ...


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Try running ps -ef | grep vnc to see which VNC services are running.



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