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accepted Started tightvncserver on Ubuntu, but viewer complains about missing .xsession file
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answered Started tightvncserver on Ubuntu, but viewer complains about missing .xsession file
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comment Started tightvncserver on Ubuntu, but viewer complains about missing .xsession file
I updated with the contents of the log. In addition to the log file, there's a "passwd" file with an apparently encoded value, and a "xstartup" script that runs "/etc/X11/Xsession" at the last step. Concerning whether I need additional packages, I suppose I can't say, but the vnc server isn't complaining about anything, it's just the client that is failing. I see X-related apps in /usr/bin, so it would seem like all of the non-headless stuff is there.
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revised Started tightvncserver on Ubuntu, but viewer complains about missing .xsession file
Adding vnc log
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asked Started tightvncserver on Ubuntu, but viewer complains about missing .xsession file
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answered Cairo-dock only shows one workspace after upgrade to 14.04 LTS
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comment Cairo-dock only shows one workspace after upgrade to 14.04 LTS
Ah. Finally found it. In Settings->Appearance->Behavior. I have no idea why someone thought this should be in "Behavior" instead of "Look".
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comment Cairo-dock only shows one workspace after upgrade to 14.04 LTS
And I do that how?
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asked Cairo-dock only shows one workspace after upgrade to 14.04 LTS
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comment How to get an ubuntu workspace switcher that is always visible?
The Cairo switcher is an improvement over what I had, so this will work.