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It turned out to be a service that was misconfigured, VNC now functional, please close


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The solution below fixed the problem for the user. The problem is that basically the combination of Shift+Tab is not unique and may be mistaken when transmitted to the server. This problem may occur when using VNC between non-Linux and Linux computers. This same problem is evoked in the post using Alt-Gr from a Windows VNC client to vino. Although dating ...


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Try to add -listen tcp in VNCSERVERARGS: VNCSERVERARGS[2]="-geometry 800x600 -listen tcp" or, if you are opening the session directly from command line: vncserver -listen tcp


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If the reason why you need this is because of bandwith limitations (e.g. low connection speed), then, as Darth Android said in a comment, VNC already transmits only portions of the screen that change. In particular, VNC uses the RFB protocol (Remote FrameBuffer) (see this), which is based on incremental updates of pixels, and the official RFC for the ...


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