I'm looking for a way to share my Ubuntu 18.10 desktop experience via network to a Windows computer. I need to share my real desktop. This was possible on older Ubuntu via built-in service called "Screen sharing" and VNC client on Windows OS. It was working perfect until Ubuntu 18.10 had switched to Wayland not x.org. Now when I try to use same built in "screen sharing service" when I try to gain access I see a black screen but I can move my mouse over VNC Windows client.
I need it exactly that way, because I have open applications on my desktop and I need access to them, I know I could try installing just VNC server, but that creates a separate session and requires running another instance of software... here I was able to leave my programming software open and get back from VNC...
Why does the built-in option not work? I can't see on "login screen" option to choose x.org instead of wayland.