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"us") or Windows with any keyboard, I can't type some keys like: "@", "$", ": they use those keystrokes to switch between their sessions.) How come the view in a VNC viewer connecting to x11vnc is either completely black, doesn't update, or pixels messed up unless the X session x11vnc is attached to is in the active VT?I have two separate machine displays in front of me, one Windows the other X11: can I use x11vnc in combination with Win2VNC in dual-screen mode to pass the keystrokes and mouse motions to the X11 display?Color problems: Why are the colors for some windows incorrect in x11vnc?Can I take advantage of the Tight VNC extension to the VNC protocol where Cursor Positions Updates are sent back to all connected clients (i.e.
Can I prompt the user at the local X display whether the incoming VNC client should be accepted or not? How about running an arbitrary program to make the decisions?
I use a screen-lock when I leave my workstation (e.g.
Can I have x11vnc allow a user to log in with her UNIX username and password and then have it find her X session display on that machine and then attach to it?
How about starting an X session if one cannot be found?
BTW, my X display has nice overlay/multi-depth visuals of different color depths: e.g.
there are both depth 8 and 24 visuals available at the same time.