VNC Connect consists of VNC Server for the computer you want to control, VNC Viewer for the device you want to control from, and a host of supporting programs.
Under Linux, one man page is installed for each program that can be operated from the command line; these are reprinted below. Note that the
vnclicense man pages might also be useful for Windows and Mac.
For more information on VNC Server modes, click here.
|Xvnc||Enterprise||Implements VNC Server in Virtual Mode.||Man page|
|vncinitconfig||All||Resets VNC Server to factory defaults, and performs related auxiliary operations.||Man page|
|vnclicense||Enterprise||Applies license keys to VNC Server for remote or offline deployment, and performs related auxiliary operations.||Man page|
|vncpasswd||All||Manages passwords when the VNC password authentication scheme is chosen for VNC Server.||Man page|
|vncserver-virtual||Enterprise||Starts VNC Server in Virtual Mode, to create a virtual desktop and provide a dedicated workspace for connected VNC Viewer users.||Man page|
|vncserver-virtuald||Enterprise||A daemon that starts VNC Server in Virtual Mode for each VNC Viewer that connects, to create virtual desktops on demand.||Man page|
|vncserver-x11||Enterprise||Starts VNC Server in User Mode, to remote the desktop of the currently-logged on user to connected VNC Viewer users.||Man page|
|vncserver-x11-serviced||All||A daemon that starts VNC Server in Service Mode, to remote the console of a computer to connected VNC Viewer users for as long as the daemon runs.||Man page|
|vncviewer||All||Starts VNC Viewer.||Man page|
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