break19 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 16 18:55:12 BST 2013
There is no desktop to share if you are not logged in, so how do you
propose to have a desktop sharing program work?
It sounds like you need an actual remote login program. I would suggest
either ssh + X11 forwarding, or even XDMCP (although there are many
security implications with that option)
krfb is to -share- your desktop. Not a remote login manager. You can
likely work around the issue, but it is far better to use an application
designed for remote login rather than hammer a remote viewing/sharing
application into it's place.
On 4/16/2013 12:17 PM, M. Bashir Al-Noimi wrote:
> I'm using KRFB as remote desktop server in my Linux Mint KDE.
> It works fine as usual remote desktop server but I've to log-in then run
> it manually (or at start up)
> How can I run KRFB as daemon without need to log-in at first?
> As I know "upstart" for CLI not for GUI applications.
> Best Regards
> Muhammad Bashir Al-Noimi
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