Re: Xvnc and logout
Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2005 13:55:44 +0200
"Sybren Stuvel" <sybrenUSE@YOURthirdtower.com.imagination> ha scritto nel
> Franco enlightened us with:
>> when an user doesn't make logout but close the connection via X
>> button in the upper-right corner of the viewer (in windows), the
>> connection is closed but the login keep alive
> That's right. The VNC server is still running as that user, keeping
> the long session alive.
>> if an user make it about 2 times, he cannot login anymore.
> That's right. He should reconnect to an existing VNC session instead
> of starting another one.
>> There is any way to setup Xvnc server to make logout on connection
>> lost event?
> Why would you? Just let your users reconnect to their existing VNC
i'm sorry but i'm beginner on linux system, may you help me?
> The problem with the world is stupidity. Not saying there should be a
> capital punishment for stupidity, but why don't we just take the
> safety labels off of everything and let the problem solve itself?
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