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RE: [vox-tech] VNC at 1024x768 resolution??
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RE: [vox-tech] VNC at 1024x768 resolution??



IIRC, the option to pass to the VNC server is something like this:

vncserver <other options> -geometry 1024x768

HTH,

--Seth

> 
> Hello
> 
> I am accessing a Linux system via the VNC server.  The VNC client is 
running on
> Win2K.  After the connection is established, the VNC client window opens 
up as
> a 800x600 window.  The XF86Config is using the resolution at 1024x768.  
Some of
> the items from the Linux system are going beyond the VNC client boundry. 
When I
> try to maximize the window, the display is still at 800x600 with broad 
dark
> strips around the window.
> 
> The display resolution on Win2K is greater than the 1024x768 resolution. 
> 
> How can I increase my VNC Client to show the Linux system at 1024x768
> resolution?
> 
> Thank you in advance.
> 
> -- 
> Subba Rao
> subba9@cablespeed.com
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