Hello, i am trying to get Xorg working wiht xfce in a headless jail, the idea is to connect to a VNC server for displaying xfce.
I have installed the following software: pkg install xorg xorg-vfbserver xfce x11vnc
Enabled dbus, im not sure if it is mandatory:
I am not sure this is the right forum to post in but here's what I need:
I have set up a monitoring server running FreeBSD 13.1-RC5 for my company attached to a big TV screen. Xorg is running on it, displaying various monitoring apps.
I'd like my colleges and mylself to be able to remote...
I wondering where is the configuration to increase or set the maximum limit of VNC users or sessions for VNC servers software such as TightVNC or TigerVNC? I mean, to restrict and control the number of maximum number of people can view the screen by VNC?
I have two questions regarding using bhyve:
1. Is it possible to add a password to access via VNC (for the "-s 29,fbuf,tcp=0.0.0.0:5900,w=800,h=600" feature).
2. And, I noticed that if I try to access by a second VNC user/session, nothing shows up until the first user terminates the session...
I'm now experiencing a strange problem of the "mouse pointer becoming unclickable" inside a bhyve VM.
Host OS: FreeBSD 13
bhyve command: (partial) -s 29,fbuf,tcp=192.168.1.72:15900,w=1200,h=1000 \
-s 31,lpc \...
I'm trying to install/configure OpenBSD bhyve guests, by following these instructions.
Host OS: FreeBSD 13
Guest OS: OpenBSD 6.9
First, when I connect to the VM using VNC, I notice that it actually uses a different console. The text which are output the KDE Konsole terminal console is different...
Desktop [A] ---- <internet> --- SSH jumphost [B] --- <local net> --- bhyve host [C]
When I want to SSH from A to C, I simply do this: ssh -J email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org where jump.example.com points to B and 192.168.1.10 is the local address of C (reachable by B)...
I've recently gotten an android tablet and I would like to use it as a second monitor for my laptop (over USB.)
I have made some progress towards this goal. However I have encountered two issues. I have been following this guide...
I am using vm-bhyve to try and run a Windows install. All seems good, but when I try to connect with VNC, I get no response.
The only thing I have done differently that the usual path is to use a manual switch, since I already have one configured using iohyve. I'm testing vm-bhyvve...
After I did the update to 12.0-RELEASE I am having problems with sysutils/vm-bhyve.
OS: FreeBSD 12.0-RELEASE r341666 GENERIC amd64
vm-bhyve version: v1.2-p3 (build 102071)
I am trying to install windows (new install)..