Debian Configuration :: Refuses Port Connections - VNC

Sep 29, 2010

I'm trying to setup VNC on our debian server so the boss can remotely do admin stuff from anywhere in the world. the first step is getting it working from anywhere in the room, though. And I can't even seem to get that far.

So far I have a VNC server setup, although not without problems. I downloaded and installed vnc from the vnc site, that wouldn't work because trying to start a vnc server gave this error: "error while loading shared libraries: libstdc++-libc6.2-2.so.3: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory"

There are lots of results on google for this error, and the solution everywhere seems to be the same. to install the package: libstdc++2.10-glibc2.2

However, trying to install this package in debian fails. both using apt-get and trying to manually download it from packages.debian.org it just doesn't seem to exist.

I've tried tightvnc from the official repositories and it gives the same error, too.

The way I got around that eventually, thanks to another tutorial, was to install the package vnc4server. then run vnc4passwd to create a password. and after that vncserver works fine, or seems to. Creates display 1.

Now, when I'm trying to connect to hostname:1 from another computer in the LAN. It gives error 10061, connection refused. I installed the debian and I don't recall setting it up to refuse connections on port 1. Is there anything I should check or change to allow the connection, or any log file in debian to check and see what's going wrong?

I'm also trying connecting internally via client on the debian machine, but I can't runvncviewer. I get the same missing shared library error as before. I guess I just worked around, not solved it.

I also can't access it with the java viewer. Trying to connect on port 5801 either from the server itself, or from another one on the lan, tells me it's refusing the connection.

To be clear, I'm certain that the vnc server is started. We have working DNS, and trying to connect directly to the internal IP:1 doesn't work either.

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