i’ve vineserver running on an osx box.
i’ve two users on that OSX box – say, ‘MAIN’ & ‘BACKGROUND’.
with fast user switching enables, i can successully:
(1) login to BACKGROUND
(2) auto-launch-on-login the VNC server there, and,
(3) subsequently, access BACKGROUND user from a VNC Client (e.g., on a linux box)
(1) must i always first manually log in to BACKGROUND user?
i’d LIKE to be able to restart my OSX box, have it auto-login (locally) into my MAIN user’s desktop, AND launch the VNC-server “for” access to BACKGROUND user in the background …
is this doable? how?
i suppose it would also be valuable to be able to remotely access BACKGROUND user’s LOGIN SCREEN – line a linux remote login, but not clear that that’s possible here.
(2) i’d like the resolution ‘served’ by a given instance of VineServer, for a given user, to be different than my MAIN logged-in user’s.
e.g., MAIN’s desktop resolution is, locally, 1600x1200, but i’d like clients that login to BACKGROUND via VNC to ‘get’ 800x600.