How to control a computer remotely using Gnome vnc server
This how to show you how to control a remote computer with Gnome VNC Server,
We will start by setting the preferences of remote Desktop performance, to do that go to
Menu : System–>Preferences–>Remote Desktop
Check the folowing :
Allow other users to view your desktop
and set up a password : Require the user to enter this password
Then click Close. you can now control the computer remotely.
Now you will need something like vncviewer installed in your computer, if it is not installed then install it using this command :
for Debian, ubuntu, LinuxMint…
sudo apt-get install vncviewer
After vncviewer is installed, type the command bellow to control the computer remotely, what you will need is the IP address of the remote computer, we suppose that the IP is 192.168.168.1 then the command will be
You can see the steps in video bellow :
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