RealVNC Quick Start on Linux
You are Welcome! The Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How to Getting-Started with RealVNC VNC Connect 6.x Server and Viewer on GNU/Linux Distributions Visually.
RealVNC Free Version Features are:
- Enable connections to be established between computers running an unrivaled 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.
Furthermore, 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.
Finally, this guide includes also instructions on How to Install RealVNC Client needed to Access RealVNC Screen Sharing.
How to Install RealVNC Server+Viewer on LinuxVNC Server+Viewer Installation on Linux
Open Terminal Window
(Press “Enter” to Execute Commands)
Then Make RealVNC Initial Configuration
sudo vncinitconfig -install-defaults
Obtain a Free License to Run RealVNC Server on LinuxRealVNC License on Linux
Next Run RealVNC Server as Service
sudo systemctl start vncserver-x11-serviced.service
To Enable at Boot:
sudo systemctl enable vncserver-x11-serviced.service
To Stop it:
sudo systemctl stop vncserver-x11-serviced.service
Finally, Authorize RealVNC Server Connections
Click on ‘X’:
Then Selec ‘Resolve’:
And you have also to Set up a Connection Password!Finally, Login with your RealVNC Credentials:
Finally, Sign In into your RealVNC Account:
Solving RealVNC Server Administrative Privileges are RequiredVNC Admin Licensing Guide
How to Install RealVNC Viewer for Linux ClientsVNC Viewer Installation on Linux
Launch RealVNC Viewer on the Client to Connect