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Firewall Temp Disabled 4. chenelJanuary 5th, 2006, 04:44 AMI'll check around. Goes no further ??? 9. Problem is, I didn't know to copy the files over, and so I got nothing when I dialed in to port 5800. this contact form

Reply With Quote 0 01-11-2010,10:22 AM #10 darkn3ssking View Profile View Forum Posts View Forum Threads Newbie Join Date Jan 2010 Posts 17 i tried all but not sucess That's your client! and it asks for password. I discovered that it's actually really easy to do with x11vnc: you just put the Java .class and other associated files (including an "index.vnc" that's got the same content as your http://forum.ultravnc.info/viewtopic.php?t=2774

any helps are highly appreciated guys... Yes, but I was looking for a way to embed it in the already existing website. I managed to get it working easily on windows so I think it's on my computer is where I'm going wrong Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, I added it to the page's HTML.

I ve even tried my root username and pasword but i cannot login... Advertisement Register for Free! My ports are all open on my router correctly and I can access it from all but this network. Now as a recap: 1- No router 2- No Norton IS 2005 3- Connected Straight to the modem 4- Checked ports online software.

No change. alex_mayorga Top Network Error:Could not connect to server:XX.XX.XX.XX:5900 by jksmurf » 2006-10-18 16:00 Same error for me: 1. Stay logged in Proxmox Support Forum Forums > Retired and read only forums > Proxmox VE 1.x: Installation and configuration > Toggle Width Home Contact Us Help Terms and Rules Top http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=719493 Or to put it another way.

I'll have to file this away in Tomboy. I didn't use the repository, because I needed all the files in one place, ready for deployment. C:\>ping 172.20.222.20 Pinging 172.20.222.20 with 32 bytes of data: Request timed out. This needs to be done on both machines.

There is a java ssh client that I have, however, that does the trick for me. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. For Windows 2000 or before: Consult the manual for your firewall and make sure that the port 5900 is unblocked. FreeNX is actually much more secure, and doesn't get flagged as a server as often from what I hear.

Most of the ports are blocked (including 5800 and 5900). http://windowsazure4j.org/network-error/network-error-ioexception-connection-timed-out-connect-sql-server-2008.html Thanks. I tried adding this line: But I get this error whenever I connect: Error: access denied (java.net.SocketPermission connect,resolve ...even when I put in the correct server_args = 1024 768 5901 ...

Then, they could browse the machine just like a normal VNC connection. For Windows XP/2003 or better: Goto Control Panel, Windows Firewall and turn it off. Have you tried using the app to connect also? navigate here Thanks.

When I do pull it up on this computer, it loads the java applet, then pops up with a bar for roughly 2 seconds that has options and disconnect highlighted, the However whenever I go to the page, it says something like, "unable to connect to server: www.XXXXXXX.edu:5900" where XXXXX is my school's student webspace website. I was looking for a Java Based VNC Client, that someone could simply connect to through my existing apache web server, and enter the password.

Glad it worked out for you.

  1. ACTIVATE REMOTE DESKTOP This is actually a VNC server that comes shipped with Ubuntu, and since I am tailoring this to be simple, I thought I would use this instead of
  2. What is this display number you are speaking of?
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  4. Let's check the setup with the web browser.
  5. That worked! (If not, there is a nice tutorial on how to install apache at http://www.ubuntuguide.org/#apachehttpserver that I used) Now for our purposes, all we need is apache.
  6. Here's how I did it.
  7. chenelJanuary 6th, 2006, 04:58 PMSweet.
  8. Request timed out.

Since all my servers has the same problem after applying an automatic update in Yast I guess this might be a problem relating to a recent fix in Vnc Can you Are you using the web viewer or are you using the app viewer? so which computer is the server and which is the viewer? ? www.csgaggle.com Ipsec Former moderator Posts: 565Joined: 2004-09-20 18:56 WebsiteYIM Top by eroque » 2005-05-04 16:21 Actually I did I've actually got x11vnc running right now, because I followed that tutorial.

You need to reboot from "Reboot" button from solusvm. Is it safe to uninstall java on the host without killing this setup? You know, I tried that and it didn't work. his comment is here Is it the host or the guest issue? #6 fredlim, Jan 8, 2009 dietmar Proxmox Staff Member Staff Member Joined: Apr 28, 2005 Messages: 14,430 Likes Received: 87 fredlim said:

I'd rather do that than Apache (even though I'm using Apache for now) since I don't really need the extra overhead of running Apache exclusively for the VNC client download... dragonfyre13January 6th, 2006, 07:40 AMI think you can also leave the files wherever you want them, and use x11vnc -http-dir=[directory you specify], if that's more convenient. Then change its value so it looks like '$vncClasses = "/usr/share/vnc-java";' 4. Actually, if you read the recent discussion, this is what we have been commenting on.

I tried to connect with the browser and I get the same behaviour. Regards, Wez @ RealVNC Ltd. > -----Original Message----- > From: vnc-list-admin "at" realvnc.com > [mailto:vnc-list-admin "at" realvnc.com] On Behalf Of JJ Williams > Sent: 21 November 2006 18:39 > To: vnc-list Any help would greatly be appreciated. Browser just stares at me blankly and goes, "What?

Posting in the Forums implies acceptance of the Terms and Conditions. Well, tight VNC is one of them, I believe. lsof -i shows that it is running, so I'd go back to the firewall config and double check it. Now keep in mind that I have not touched my desktop only my laptop.

So while I am trying to connect to port 5800 the error reads 5900 on the port.Could it be configuration? I discovered that it's actually really easy to do with x11vnc: you just put the Java .class and other associated files (including an "index.vnc" that's got the same content as your Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Registration at Web Hosting Talk is completely free and takes only a few seconds.

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