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 +====== VNC ======
  
 +**NOTE: for the following examples, 192.168.1.34 will be the REMOTE machine (VNC server).**
 +
 +
 +====== Setup VNC Server (on Slackware)======
 +USING TigerVNC:
 +On your remote machine, install TigerVNC via slackpkg
 +     ​slackpkg install tigervnc
 +
 +Start the VNC server:
 +     ​vncserver
 +
 +You should get a message stating that the VNC server has started on DISPLAY 1.
 +
 +**NOTE:** VNC listens to port 5900 or 5901 by default so make sure you can accept connections from that port.
 +
 +**NOTE:** If you are using TigerVNC, the server can also listen on port 5800 for web-browser VNC connections.
 +
 +
 +====== Setup VNC Viewer (on Slackware)======
 +
 +USING TigerVNC:
 +On your local machine, install TigerVNC via slackpkg
 +     ​slackpkg install tigervnc
 +
 +Start the VNC viewer:
 +     ​vncviewer
 +
 +Connect to your VNC server:
 +     In the "VNC server:"​ box put the IP address/URL of your VNC server and the display number:
 +     
 +     ​192.168.1.34:​1
 +
 +
 +====== Tunnel VNC Through SSH (from Slackware) ======
 +Open an SSH connection:
 +     ssh -L 5901:​localhost:​5901 -N -f -l bob 192.168.1.34
 +
 +<​code>​Where,​
 +    -L 5901:​localhost:​5901 = Connections to local port 5901 is forwarded to remote port 5901 on the remote machine.
 +    -N : Just forward ports, do not execute a remote command.
 +    -f : Make ssh to go to background before command execution.
 +    -l bob : '​bob'​ is the username.
 +    192.168.1.34 : is the remote machine (target VNC Server).
 +    </​code>​
 +
 +Connect with VNC:
 +     ​vncviewer
 +     Enter "​localhost:​1"​ (or "​127.0.0.1:​1"​) into the 'VNC server:'​ box
 +
 +
 +====== Tunnel VNC Through SSH (from Windows with Putty [V0.62]) ======
 +Install Putty on the LOCAL machine. ​
 +
 +Open putty and set the following values:
 +
 +     ​Session >
 +     ​HostName:​ 192.168.1.34
 +     ​Connection Type: SSH
 +     
 +     ​Connection > SSH > Tunnels >
 +     ​Source port: 5901
 +     ​Destination:​ 192.168.1.34:​5901
 +
 +Start the connection by hitting the OPEN button.
 +
 +Connect with VNC:
 +     ​vncviewer
 +     Enter "​localhost:​1"​ (or "​127.0.0.1:​1"​) into the 'VNC server:'​ box
 +
 +
 +====== Reverse VNC Connection ======
 +(Connecting to a listening VNC viewer (Useful for family IT support)) \\ 
 +
 +Start The VNC Viewer (on Slackware) In Listen Mode- \\ 
 +     ​vncviewer -listen 5500
 +     
 +     ​WHERE:​ 5500 is the port to listen on (5500 is default).
 +     
 +** IF YOUR INCOMING CONNECTION IS COMING THROUGH A FIREWALL (most home routers)** do not forget to forward the port in the router (5500 is the default port for reverse VNC connections).
 +
 +
 +Start the VNC SERVER on Windows and attach a listening viewer- \\ 
 +     Start the VNC Server
 +     RIGHT CLICK on the VNC server icon in your task bar and select "​ATTACH LISTENING VIEWER"​
 +     Put in the IP address of the viewer machine: 192.168.1.34
 +     ​**NOTE** - If the incoming connection is coming into your home network from the internet
 +                (through a forwarded port), make sure to connect to the ROUTER'​S address (the
 +                internet address) and NOT your local address. This can be found by going to a
 +                "​whatsmyip"​ website with a broswer.
 +
 +
 +
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 + * Originally written by [[wiki:​user:​arfon | arfon]]
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