Ubuntu :: No Input Registered When Using X11vnc Server And Chicken Of The VNC

Feb 10, 2011

I'm using Ubuntu 10.04, and I'm trying to VNC into my Ubuntu box from my MBP. I can connect just fine, however, I am unable to register any mouse clicks or keyboard input on the resulting desktop. I'm launching it as follows: x11vnc -nomodtweak -scale 9/10 I can log in using my Windows box and UltraVNC and use input with no problem.

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Ubuntu 10.04.1 LTS
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Code:
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Code:

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Code:

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Code:
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I'm creating a new thread based on this post by batagy:

[URL]

Quote:

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Code:
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Code:
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Quote:

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Code:
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Code: Select allx11vnc -ssl -display :0 -usepw >>vnc-log 2>&1 &

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Code: Select allThe SSL VNC desktop is:  myhost:0
PORT=5900
SSLPORT=5900

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