It clearly says in the "Getting Started with VNC" section on
their site: The server and the viewer may be on different machines and
on different architectures. We expect the most common use to be the
display of a Unix X desktop on a PC, for example..."
I have just such a setup, but I don't understand how to start the
server in the Linux partition. I can't seem to get it clear. You can
only be booting into one OS at a time, right. If I'm in Windows how
can I get across to the other partition to start Linux's server so I
can THEN start the viwer from Windows...
I don't get it. The docs says something about DNS numbers.
Something about 127.0.0.1..Would I type something o do with that in
Windows' telnet program? Sorry to sound dense; I just can't seem to
ask the question the right way, thanks to shit documentation....sigh.
>Then using a viewer in Windows you can connect to remotemachine:1 and
>display it there. Or, you can browse to http://remotemachine:5801 with
>a Java capable web browser.