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One last question on this... Does gdm or the gnome desktop properly 
handle having two sessions running under the same user? I know there is 
a .gnome2 directory which I think helps keep the state of the desktop. 
Or do I have to be careful to Vnc xdmcp log in as a user uniquely into 
the system?

On 11/11/2009 03:04 PM, Dan Ritter wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 11, 2009 at 02:58:16PM -0500, Stephen Adler wrote:
>> Is it common then to use a sudo -u theuseriwantXvnctorunas to startup
>> Xvnc at boot time? Of is there a way to have gdm run in the Xvnc when it
>> starts up and thus one can "log in" and "log out" from the vncview.
> Like this?
> -dsr-

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