2011/1/29, compdoc <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> I have tigervnc server installed on a fedora 14 box, and when I use the
> Windows tigervnc client it is terribly slow.
> Normally, I use the ultravnc windows client which is very fast, however when
> I use it to connect to the tigervnc server, there is a long pause with a
> black screen before the unlock popup comes up.
> I think this is happening because the client and server are negotiating
> which encoding to use. But I might be completely wrong.
> After I log in, everything is fine - screen updates are fast and it works as
> it should. But if I let it idle, the screen blacks out again and the long
> pause occurs before the login prompt.
> Does anyone know how to prevent the long pause, or even better, where I can
> find vnc4server (Xvnc4) for fedora? Does it exist in some repo somewhere?
> Vnc4server is very fast and doesn't have these pause issues.
> Thanks for any help...
I tried remote control on fedora 14 with vino server and vinagre
client, it was very good, but if you want vnc server you can try
yum search vnc, if yuo can't see it, add rpmfusion, look..., you can
see vnc4server and others things more, but i recommended vino and
In windows you can use vnc viewer, for me ti was good...
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