So I am completely new to Ubuntu (I am running 12.04 on a Toshiba Satellite). I am trying to remotely access my work computer but I keep getting an error reading:
"xevas: requires a X server that has a backing store"
I have read several post that say I should create a file called
/etc/X11/xorg.conf and put this in it:
Section "Device" Option "BackingStore" "True" EndSection
The thing is, I have no idea how to execute this script and I'm not even sure I created the file properly. I am also not able to assign myself as root so I have been trying to run everything through sudo.
Could someone give me detailed instruction on how to set this up? This is the only bash scripting I really need, I can get around most other shells through sheer memorization.