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Re: [K12OSN] K12LTSP VNC Server (on client)



> Follow the mini how too by Martin Woolley under the VNC section on the
> link below
>
> http://www.openhgs.org/it.cgi/AllServers

Would this disrupt the way that vncviewer works in Fl_Teachertool?

Thanks,
Peter

On 11/10/05, Peter Deakin <k12ltsp trinityschool org uk> wrote:
> Futrzak wrote:
>
> >Hello!
> >
> >I've got running ltsp server (k12 of course) and I would like to monitor client workstations by VNC (or maybe you've got other suggestion?). The idea is to be sure if the client is running properly. Is it possoble to run VNC Server on thin client machine?
> >
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> Follow the mini how too by Martin Woolley under the VNC section on the
> link below
>
> http://www.openhgs.org/it.cgi/AllServers
>
> I use it on FC3 all the time to view student desktops
> You can use the command
>
> last |grep "still logged in"
>
> to see who is logged into which work station, then,
>
> vncviewer -viewonly ws???.ltsp        (substitute the workstation number
> for the question marks) this will enable you to view the workstation
> without the knowledge of the user or
>
> vncviewer ws???.ltsp to control the mouse and keyboard.
>
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