I use this VNC program to remote into my station. (C 7.4)When I do, about every 5 to 10 seconds a big solid block appears on my screen. About six inches long and 3 inches wide. it quickly then goes away.I use the realvnc.com viewer when I do this..
When I VNC into 7.4 everything is fine until I run vmplayer (VMware). The vmplayer runs but when I type on the console for vmplayer which is also running a CentOS image I get multiple key presses – sometimes. Its not everytime – but enough to be annoying…
I get back from two weeks on the road, and try to VNC to my server and it fails.I SSH in and see that, yes VNCserver is dead.I tried restarting it and see below for the failure messages plus my systemd setup. Can someone point me to trouble shoot..
I have recently installed CentOS 7 and trying to start VNC server on it. Somehow, I am unable to make VNCserver working. I have modified iptable rules andxstartup file but it did not help.Has anyone else faced this problem earlier? Any help would..
I have gone through all the new setup for VNC server on 7.1(goodness – that certainly is not easier than the previous way)Anyway – I have my port on 5901 and that is working.However – when I VNC into a box I get a different screen – I want to be on ..
The suggestion from Marco to try a non-3D DE worked. I tried two methods:1. minimal CentOS 7 install and xfce install via CLI. Worked fine.2. Gnome CentOS 7 install and then xfce install via yum groupinstall. Worked fine./>/perfect resolution. Nvi..
Bare metal CentOS 6.5, VNCserver running, client able to connect with perfect resolution. Nvidia GT240, driver 331.49.Upgrade to CentOS 7 with nouveau basic driver, all still works fine. Resolution poor on wire connected monitor, but perfect on VNC cli..
,what settings do you use in KVM for Linux guests?The resolution with VNC / VGA is 1024×768 only. If I choose Spice / QXLthe resolution is better, but colors arent displayed properly and some letters are missing!In the Debian guest I installed the packa..
I was trying to load a FreeBSD 10 VM on my CentOS 6.4 machine, and it keeps hanging and not completing the boot. I have FBSD 9.x VMs running just fine, but if I try and load 10.x its a no go.Attaching to the console using VNC, I see:gPXE (http://etherboot.o..
So Im in a bit of a pickle …I have a machine that needs to be repurposed from WinXP to CentOS.I downloaded the CentOS DVD and all then realized … I dont have a keyboard/mouse for the machine.It only has USB ports on it, and I dont have a single availa..