Vnc server to run automatic at start

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    docop1

    Hi
    So i’ve try Antix and it’s quite good, but as being from centos.. i found quite painfull to be able to just config a simple vnc server, to run headless. And to have it run / auto start , automatically when the pc is turn on. I know there’s no systemd… but i haven’t found any tutorial to help me out on : how can i have a vnc server run automatically ??

    I can install x11 from the package and see the gui. But cannot do it run automatic. Is there another package that can be install and always start by itself… ? ssh-conduit is not best either.

    thanks in advance

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    how can i have a vnc server run automatically ?

    autostart of service daemons can be managed via the command
    sysv-rc-conf

    You may need to scroll (down-arrow key) to find “vncserver” in the list. Mark the runlevels you want autostart to occur, press Q to exit.
    After reboot, you can confirm that vncserver has autostarted by issuing the command “sudo service vncserver status” (or by revisiting sysv-rc-conf).

    Is there another package

    Here you can search/browse packages.debian.org to see what’s available: https://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=vnc&searchon=names&suite=stable&section=all

    In addition to “vnc”, you might also consider searching for “X2go”

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    docop1

    The new guide is very great and all work perfectly !
    i will just try to add the password thing.
    do :
    x11vnc -storepasswd

    then.. will it be to add to the run command written in /.desktop-session/startup
    -rfbauth /home/LOGIN NAME/.vnc/passwd
    or just :
    -usepw

    (x11vnc -forever -display :0 >/dev/null 2>&1 &)

    I will also check why desktop always revert to 1024×768 at boot.
    Thanks

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