Yes, when I issued "replace" in an xterm I got the hint that replace was
included in the mysql-server package. However, a mysql build dependency did
not seem "right" to me.
So now I installed mysql-server (with a slew of dependencies) and via the
replace man page could analyze the line 18.I replaced (sic)
it by a 'sed -i -e "s/Xvnc/Xtigervnc/g" usr/bin/tigervncserver' command.
Following the instructions as given previously the .deb was created ok.
Double clicking on the deb produced a "The package is of bad quality. The
package doesn't provide a valid Installed-Size control field. See Debian
Policy 5.6.20" popup, Pressing "Ignore and install" made the package
install nevertheless.
Running "vncserver :60" and "vncviewer localhost:60 &" was ok.
As an aside, the /usr/share/vnc/classes/* files were not renamed and
therefore may collide with an other VNC alternative.
Kind regards, Dick

On Thu, Jun 20, 2013 at 3:18 PM, Robert Goley <> wrote:

> The replace utility is part of the mysql server package. It is a handy
> string replacement tool.
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