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*However, since there are no close window widgets, there's two ways to disconnect.. either navigate to the vnc server icon once connected, and tell it to disconnect you. or, kill it from the terminal.
 
*However, since there are no close window widgets, there's two ways to disconnect.. either navigate to the vnc server icon once connected, and tell it to disconnect you. or, kill it from the terminal.
 
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Latest revision as of 21:30, 12 April 2011

Installing VNCViewer

NOTE: Your device needs to be rooted before you can continue.



  • Open up a shell on the cr-48, and

sudo su
mkdir /mnt/stateful_partition/opt (if you haven't already)
cd /mnt/stateful_partition/opt
wget http://www.calliesfarm.com/chromeos/java.tar.gz
wget http://www.calliesfarm.com/chromeos/vncviewer.tar.gz
tar -zxvf java.tar.gz
tar -zxvf vncviewer.tar.gz
rm -rf java.tar.gz vncviewer.tar.gz
ln -s /usr/bin/java jre1.6.0_23/bin/java
mv vncviewer/vncviewer /usr/bin

  • After it's installed, you should be able to run

vncviewer

  • However, since there are no close window widgets, there's two ways to disconnect.. either navigate to the vnc server icon once connected, and tell it to disconnect you. or, kill it from the terminal.




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