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VNC on CENTOS5
how can i install vnc on centos 5?
i downloaded the latest package but it have errors like:
libstdc++-libc6.2-2.so.3 is needed by vnc-4.1.3-1.i386
libXtst.so.6 is needed by vnc-4.1.3-1.i386
+if any one can do it for me,how much would be the cost
I highly recommend you look at NX instead of VNC. It is faster and more efficient.
Edit: If you search on WHT, there should be a guide on how to install it (FreeNX).
thanks for your help
but all i have is HyperVm control panel and it doesnt have that option
I'd also use NX instead of VNC in this case.
As mentioned before, you could use FreeNX, but if you don't need to use NX for more than two accounts, you could also download the free NX server ("NX Free Edition") from http://www.nomachine.com/.
freenx has been broken for years, much better to use nomachine's server.
although why anyone needs a gui to manage a centos box i don't know - what's wrong with ssh?
VNC on centos is great, i can help out if you're still need it
PM me for more details
see here for tutorial on installing VNC on Centos 5 with GNOME:
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as root: "yum install vnc-server"
but why do you need a gui, what x11 applications are you going to run on a server?
vnc is insecure and slow.
I will also suggest you to go with Nomachine
For managing the server, I'd also say that using SSH and working on the command line is the best option. However, some people like to do fancy stuff, like running Firefox on their VPS. In this case, I'd recommend NX instead of VNC.
Better go with FreeNX. Easy to set up and is lighter than VNC.
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