Hey there! How’s it going? Today what we are going to do is remotely connect to a linux machine with a GUI. Better than ssh right? For that we’ll be using VNC.

So VNC?

Virtual Network Computing (VNC). VNC is a graphical desktop sharing system. It uses Remote Frame Buffer protocol (RFB) protocol for the communication. If you are curious about the operation,

“The VNC server is the program on the machine that shares its screen. The server passively allows the client to take control of it. The VNC client (or viewer) is the program that watches, controls, and interacts with the server. The client controls the server.” – Wikipedia

We are using x11vnc as the VNC tool. Package: x11vnc, VNC server to allow remote access to an existing X session. Below is the simplest way to get the job done. Let’s dive in. SSH should be configured before hand.
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