Enable Linux Desktop Sharing with Mac OS X
The Linux Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How-to Setup an Easy Desktop Sharing between Linux Desktop and Mac OS X.
RealVNC Free Version Features :
- Enable connections to be established between computers running an unrivalled mix of Windows, Mac OS X, UNIX, and Linux operating systems.
- Prevent unauthorized access with a password specific to VNC. Note passwords are always encrypted, even if encryption is turned off or not supported.
To get it Working You will Need to Obtain at Least a RealVNC Server Free License Key for Private use that after can be Extended to Premium Personal/Business Features.
How-to Getting-Started with RealVNC on Linux:Easy Desktop Sharing on Linux
Run RealVNC Server on Linux
Take Note of the IP to Connect from Mac OS X.
Go on Mac Finder
Insert the IP Shown on RealVNC Server and Access Linux Desktop!
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