On Mon, 23 Jun 2003, Charlie Schluting wrote: > Rik Scarborough wrote: > >I'm having a problem with KDE's VNC server under FreeBSD. > > > >I can connect to one machine that is running KDE and set to allow > >uninvited guests, but when I disconnect from that machine the VNC server > >(krfb) crashes with the following message. > > The Application unknown (krfb) crashed and caused the signal 11 > > (SIGSEGV). > > My guesses: > 1. Bad memory?
Hmm, I may try on another computer to see if I get the same results. > 2. VNC sucks. Try tightVNC, I've had the best luck with that. Sometimes > on some computers I have to muck with the compression setting.. but for > the most part it works well. Come to think of it, VNC doesn't really > suck, but its pretty hard on bad hardware ;) (I seem to remember the > NIC on that box was found to be flakey). It's not VNC itself, this is KDE's implementation of the VNC protocol (although they may share code). I can't go to tightVNC, because I need to control the :0.0 screen. VNC and tightVNC just create new screens. ~Rik _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"