I just got a MacBook Pro, Core 2 Duo.
I’m trying OSXVnc / Vine server (free) : I’m accessing the VNC
sessions using ‘vncviewer’ on Linux (TightVNC).
I’ve read the forums and saw that there was an ‘issue’, where
you’d have to make individual copies of OSXVnc in some case.
I’m familiar with VNC technologies and with shell commands,
however I’m clueless when it comes to MacOS X.
Say I’ve got two users : ‘alice’ and ‘bob’, how would I go about
making sure each user as it’s own copy of OSXVnc?
alice’s home dir is /Users/alice/
bob’s home dir is /Users/bob/
Any detailed step and/or output of Unix commands on a working
setup is very welcome.
At the moment the output of ‘nmap’ (for three VNC sessions, belonging
to three different users) give this:
nmap -sS 192.168.0.141 -p 5901-5903
Starting Nmap 4.11
Interesting ports on 192.168.0.141:
PORT STATE SERVICE
5901/tcp open vnc-1
5902/tcp open vnc-2
5903/tcp open vnc-3
And I can connect to port 5901 and 5902, but not to 5903 : it doesn’t
appear to be a firewalling issue.
I may I’ve messed by OSXVnc/Vine server install.
So really I’ve got two questions :
how can I make sure I delete everything related to OSXVnc / Vine server
(so I can start from scratch)
how can I make sure each user as its own copy of OSXVnc / Vine server ?
Thanks in advance for any infos on this and thanks a lot for a nice product,