Virtual network computing, or VNC, is a graphical desktop sharing system that allows you to control one computer remotely from another.
Before You Begin Familiarize yourself with our Getting Started guide and complete the steps for upgrading your system, setting the hostname, and configuring the timezone.
Virtual Network Computing (VNC) allows you to connect to and control a remote desktop environment. It is common to use VNC to operate your server with a full desktop experience.
Cross-Platform Remote Graphical Access: the VNC Viewer and VNC Server Virtual Network Computing (VNC) is a system that allows you to connect remotely from one computer to another computer’s graphical desktop.
Apache Guacamole is an HTML5 application useful for accessing a remote desktop through RDP, VNC, and other protocols.
On occasion you may want to run an application that requires a graphic interface from your Linode.
This guide details how to install a graphic desktop environment on your Linode running Ubuntu 12.
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