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Is that possible to do it by just using the rc.local?

Or in the OS startup section, by entering gnome terminal --profile 'xxx' -e 'xxxxxx' ?

I tried both methods above but neither of them works. Anyone knows how to add it to Fedora 14's startup?

The terminal command to start TightVNC is: su, followed by service vncservice start

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Simply uncomment/add the appropriate lines in your: /etc/xinetd.d/vnc and /etc/services, there's a tutorial here.

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