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Screen Sharing a Single Application

I'm curious if there is a way to share a single application window with another machine without sharing my entire desktop? Perhaps there is some way to virtually create a new display and place my ...
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Add resolution mode for xorg-dummy

I am trying to to add a resolution mode for X with the xorg-dummy driver to be able to fit the x11vnc server's output to my screen resolution. I am running x11vnc -xdummy -xrandr with the x11vnc ...
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461 views

Can I run my full Ubuntu Unity desktop on my Windows machine using X?

I am currently running Ubuntu 13 Desktop edition on a second PC on my desk, which has one small monitor. For work reasons my primary machine must be Windows(7), and it has multiple monitors, of ...
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Set default Desktop resolution when no monitor

Background : I am using a Ubuntu 12.04 with X11VNC server. Normally I do not connect the monitor to this computer. So it has some resolution issue. After few days of research I found this answer and ...
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Why am I getting default icons and style when running Xubuntu over VNC?

I'm having this problem both when I run vnc4server configured to run startxfce4, and also when I use xrdp sesman. The icons and the style are not displaying correctly, here's some screenshots: How ...
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bash: permission denied Ubuntu 12.04 LTS

i used this command to start x11vnc at startup, this command is from here. And here is the command: echo "/usr/bin/x11vnc -forever -rfbport 5900 -rfbauth ~/.vnc/x11vnc.pass -o ~/.vnc/x11vnc.log ...
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Is there a web based vnc viewer + server for Ubuntu?

I'm looking for a web based vnc viewer + server for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS server (using xorg + openbox), and how to set up them.
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Ubuntu: xorg - cannot install controller configuration CRT 262

I have a server running under ubuntu with no hardware display connected. Basic display resolution in this case is $ xrandr -q Screen 0: minimum 640 x 480, current 800 x 600, maximum 800 x 600 ...
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Boot without monitor [closed]

I'm building a home media server for storing and streaming photos, video and music to other devices on my home network (and maybe hosting a few personal websites). I've bought the kit, assembled it, ...
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1answer
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x11vnc error: “The program ”Xvfb“ could not be found.”

Lately I've been accessing an Ubuntu machine over the internet. I'd been connecting and starting an x11vnc server using the following command ssh me@my.computer -p 2222 -L 5903:localhost:5900 ...
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1answer
417 views

Connect to kvm instance via VNC and view X session

I've launched an Ubuntu 11.10 instance (oneiric-server-cloudimg-amd64-disk1.img downloaded from here) inside of KVM, with VNC enabled. I can connect to the instance using VNC, and I see a login ...
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1answer
163 views

Garbled UI with vnc, chicken-of-the-vnc, gridengine, qmon

Ubuntu 11.04 gridengine version 6.2u5-1ubuntu1 I start a desktop with the vncserver command. My ~/.vnc/xstartup ends with 'gnome-session'. I connect to it using chicken-of-the-VNC on my MacOSX ...
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1answer
719 views

Running software in another X session

I am testing the Firefox nightly builds. On occation, the nightly builds crashes X. Is it possible to start a separate X session to run the crashing program in? Does vncserver run its own X session? ...
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2answers
2k views

Autostart of the xserver at boot up when the monitor is unplugged

I was running Xubuntu 8.04 "Hardy Heron". I configure the vnc by adding vino-server to the autostarted app. I accessing the display only via VNC, so I removed the monitor and ir worked fine. When ...
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Why does gnome-session crash my TightVNC session and how can I fix it? [closed]

I'm running ubuntu 9.10 x64, with the stock tightvncserver (1.3.9). When I start tightvncserver, I can connect with the windows tightvnc client and get the empty desktop with a single terminal. When ...