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Install VNC Server on Ubuntu 20.04 - Best Method ?

This article covers how to install and configure VNC Server on Ubuntu 20.04. Virtual Network Computing, or VNC, is a connection system that allows you to use your keyboard and mouse to interact with a graphical desktop environment on a remote server. It makes managing files, software, and settings on a remote server easier for users who are not yet comfortable with the command line.

After connecting to your server with SSH, update your list of packages:

$ sudo apt update

Now install Xfce along with the xfce4-goodies package, which contains a few enhancements for the desktop environment:

$ sudo apt install xfce4 xfce4-goodies

Once that installation completes, install the TightVNC server:

$ sudo apt install tightvncserver

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Install and Configure VNC on Debian 9 - Step by Step Process ?

This article covers how to install and configure VNC on Debian Linux System. Also, you will learn how to connect it from Linux, MacOS and Windows local system and manage your Debian 9 server easily using a graphic interface.
VNC (Virtual Network Computing) is a technology for remote desktop sharing. VNC enables the visual desktop display of one computer to be remotely viewed and controlled over a network connection. It is similar to MSTSC on windows. It uses the Remote Frame Buffer protocol (RFB) to remotely control another computer.


To install VNC and XFCE on Debian, run the following commands:

$ apt-get update
$ apt-get install xfce4 xfce4-goodies gnome-icon-theme tightvncserver


To Create a VNC User on Debian:
1. Create a user named vnc by using this command.

$ adduser vnc
2. Install sudo by executing this command. We will need to add vnc user to sudo group.
$ apt-get install sudo
3. Now, Add vnc user to sudo group, it will give permission to vnc user to act like a root user and execute root command.
$ gpasswd -a vnc sudo
Adding user vnc to group sudo
4. switch to a vnc user for further operations.
$ su - vnc

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Unable to connect to VNC Server using your chosen security setting - How to fix it ?

This article covers method to resolve Unable to connect to VNC Server using your chosen security setting.
Basically, the unable to connect error could trigger due to incompatible encryption settings or due to the version of the VNC running in the remote server.

To fix this VNC error, simply apply the following:

1. On the remote computer, change the VNC Server Encryption parameter to something other than AlwaysOff.
2. Change the VNC Viewer Encryption parameter to Server, PreferOn or PreferOff.

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VNC Server is not currently listening for cloud connections - Fix it Now ?

This article covers methods to fix VNC 'Timed out waiting for the response from the host computer' error for our customers.

If you see this message when trying to connect from VNC Viewer, please check the following:
1. Check that the remote computer is connected to the Internet. If it isn't, you won't be able to connect.
2. It may be that the remote computer is asleep. It is advisable to prevent a remote computer sleeping or hibernating while remote access is required:
Windows: In Control Panel > Power Options > Change when the computer sleeps, make sure Put the computer to sleep when plugged in is Never.
Mac: In System Preferences > Energy Saver, make sure Prevent computer from sleeping automatically when the display is off is selected.
3. If you have disabled cloud connections in VNC Server's Options dialog, under the Connections heading. Make sure this is checked.
4. You may have the wrong team selected in VNC Viewer. Please ensure you have selected the correct team for the computer to which you want to connect.
5. If you have purchased a subscription but did not subscribe from within your trial team, you will need to join your computer(s) to the new, paid-for team.

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