ssh into my desktop at work and work at the command line, but I would like to use a remote desktop protocol to check on some of the programs that I left open and running.
I have not set up permission to use a remote desktop client (e.g. tsclient) on the desktop, so my requests to connect are refused (see picture).
The instructions given in a previous question suggest that the following should work:
gconftool-2 -s -t bool /desktop/gnome/remote_access/enabled true
But I get this:
(30/07/2011 11:25:35 PM Autoprobing TCP port in (all) network interface
30/07/2011 11:25:35 PM Listening IPv6://[::]:5900
30/07/2011 11:25:35 PM Listening IPv4://0.0.0.0:5900
30/07/2011 11:25:35 PM Autoprobing selected port 5900
30/07/2011 11:25:35 PM Advertising security type: 'TLS' (18)
30/07/2011 11:25:35 PM Advertising authentication type: 'No Authentication' (1)
30/07/2011 11:25:35 PM Advertising security type: 'No Authentication' (1)
Am I doing something incorrectly?
Is it possible to ssh in and give myself the required permissions to use tsclient?