I recently upgraded my Ubuntu Desktop from 18.04 to 20.04 and have been accessing it via SSH. But, some of the scripts that I want to run require an actual desktop with a terminal. I've used VNC Viewer on my Raspberry Pi for this, but it doesn't work with Ubuntu unless you disable Wayland.
So, I have two options. First is to actually log into the computer and go through the process of removing Wayland (which kind of defeats the purpose of upgrading, I would think) and going back to XOrg. Or, I can find a VNC server that works with Wayland. Considering that it's been out for a few years now, I would hope that someone made their server compatible. Am I wrong in this?
So, what I'm looking for is a VNC server that will work with Ubuntu 20.04 straight out of the box (without disabling Wayland).
I should note, that I installed gnome-remote-desktop, but I'm not sure where to enable screen sharing through SSH. So, I'll have to log into the desktop to get it working if that's my option.
Thanks, and have a great day. :) Patrick.