No vnc desktop with selinux enabled
robby57 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 5 16:07:47 UTC 2008
You can connect to the box via ssh and forward you vnc port.
ssh -L 5900:localhost:5900 you at your_box
Then connect your vnc client to localhost on the forwarded port.
selinux can run normally on your box and the vnc traffic is secured as well.
Hope it helps,
Hope it helps
2008/7/5 <redhatdude at bellsouth.net>:
> I'm having an issue with selinux. Whenever I enable selinux, vnc doens't
> start my gnome desktop. I only get a grey screen. Once I set selinux to
> permisive, I connect to the vncserver and can see and use my desktop.
> How can I use my desktop with selinux enabled?
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