- 1). Determine if you already have VNC installed into your distribution. Some Linux distributions will come with it installed already. Open Terminal and type in this command:
$ rpm -qa|grep vnc
If you receive something similar to "vnc-server-4.xx-xx.x" where Xs are numbers, VNC is already installed. Complete Step 2 if you receive an error.
- 2). Download VNCserver (see Resources) to your desktop.
- 3). Type in the following in Terminal:
rpm -Uvh vnc server-4.0-8.1.rpm
Your precise file name will likely vary based on which version is downloaded, so change accordingly.
- 4). Type in the following into Terminal:
service vncserver start
This will begin VNC and you will also establish a secure password.
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