Hi Zaiwen, great to hear that you've got it working.
And many thanks for sharing the solution! Cheers, Kevin On Montag, 16. April 2018 14:27:57 CEST Zaiwen Gong wrote: > Hi Kevin, > > I have figured it out: > > * On the remote server machine where you would like to share desktop > o Launch "Desktop Sharing", either way: > + by running "krfb" on command line > + by KDE Menu -> Applications -> Internet -> Desktop Sharing > o Click on "Settings" to configure the options you would like to > share your desktop. > + The configuration file will be saved in the desktop owner's > home folder as ~/.kde/share/config/krfbrc: > # [Security] > allowUninvitedConnections=true > askOnConnect=false > uninvitedConnectionPassword=your-password > > * Now you can connect to the remote server's desktop from any machine > o Launch "Remote Desktop Client", either way: > + by running "krdc" on command line > + by KDE Menu -> Applications -> Internet -> Remote Desktop Client > o Enter username@remote-server:port in the connection text input. + e.g., > zaiwen@remote-server:5900 > o After connecting it shall ask for the optimal connection speed > and the password. Then it should display the remote desktop. > o The connection details will be saved in your home folder as > ~/.kde/share/config/krdcrc. > > Thanks, > Zaiwen > > On 04/15/18 05:26, Kevin Krammer wrote: > > Hi Zaiwen, > > > > welcome back :-) > > > > I would suggest to check with the KDE Enterprise list again, not sure any > > user in the personal/private use case has had the need for such a setup. > > > > Cheers, > > Kevin > > > > On Dienstag, 10. April 2018 17:37:56 CEST Zaiwen Gong wrote: > >> Hi, > >> > >> We are using KDE 4.10.4. > >> > >> I have Vino Server installed and configured to be auto started. > >> > >> Then I tried to use remote-viewer to connect to remote KDE desktop, but > >> not sure how to configure it. > >> > >> Any documentation? > >> > >> Thanks, > >> Zaiwen -- Kevin Krammer, KDE developer, xdg-utils developer KDE user support, developer mentoring
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