Well I'm certainly no expert, but my opinion is that there is no problem getting the additional packages it needs. That being said, it's never a bad idea to backup certian files, such as your /etc/X11/xorg.conf file, your /etc/network/interfaces, etc.
I would go ahead and let them download and install. But it might not hurt to ask around some more or browse for similar issues on these forums.
So I ran dpkg again, with the option --ignore-depends=xserver-common. It ran flawlessly and now its working.
Tnx for the how-to, paperdiesel!!
Just for reference, I had a problem with myself getting a connection reset by peer.
Following the above advice (adding my fonts path to the config) I was able to get things working smoothly!
I get the following when running vncviewer localhost:1 on Kubuntu 6.10 64-bit, qfter forcing the dpkg files to install without deps.
Same if I try to connect to 192.168.1.100 (my PC) or when changing the number after teh colon to 0 or 15900 (my open VNC port, set as such in the setup file).Code:VNC viewer for X version 4.0 - built Oct 19 2005 20:19:45 Copyright (C) 2002-2004 RealVNC Ltd. See http://www.realvnc.com for information on VNC. Mon Dec 25 00:51:54 2006 main: unable to connect to host: Connection refused (111)
great guide, I'll have to try it with edubuntu.
When I try to run vncviewer localhost:1 i get this
Any ideas?ReadFromRFBServer: rdr::SystemException: read: Connection reset by peer (104)
EDIT: Oh it sounds like the solution was posted earlier in the thread, sorry for not reading. For reference my fonts path with /usr/share/fonts/X11/misc
Last edited by ErikTheRed; December 26th, 2006 at 08:17 PM.
Is it possible to setup VNC so that you can connect to display :0 ?
I just install the vnc4server ubuntu official package for 64 on edgy (4.1.1+xorg1.0.2-0ubuntu18.104.22.168). And in order to make it work i just create a link with
Thanks for the tuto.Code:sudo ln -s /usr/share/fonts/X11/ /usr/share/X11/fonts
I hope it will help