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Re: [vox-tech] vncserver as user

What's on your vncserver command line?

What's in ~/.vnc/xstartup and in whatever it invokes?

-- Rod

On Friday 02 August 2002 09:26 pm, David Margolis wrote:
> hello,
> i can run vncserver as root no problem.  i'm missing some permission/xauth
> detail somewhere as i can't run the server as a user (which seems like a
> better idea than running as root...
> anyway, i know there are some people here with vnc experience so it's
> probabaly an easy one.
> here's the (hopefully) relavent line from my log file:
> _X11TransSocketINETConnect: Can't connect: errno = 105
> /usr/local/bin/wmaker fatal error: could not open display "optimus:1"
> searching google for various parts of these errors hasn't helped except to
> tell me that people who speak other languages have seen it and that people
> who post to random forums never get responded to :>
> note: i can run x directly on this box as the user in question
> thanks,
> davem

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