On Nov 23, 2007, at 3:40 PM, Chris Mackowski wrote:
Just wanted to thank all who replied !
Jonathan Prescott Volker Schmidt
Andrew J. Hesford
Ok so it seems that I can't remote in the way I would
on a typical UNIX machine. Thats fine.
Regarding Apple Remote Desktop::
It works with all the VNC clients I have -- No issue
I can only compare it to what I might do on another
If :0 is attached to the physical display. I could
launch a new vncserver on :1. This display would be
independent of the display on :0.
I read a post somewhere and now can't seemed to find
it, that stated this was possible on OSX.
It involved two user accounts and "fast user
switching". I setup another user account can enabled
"fast user switching" However when I remote in, it is
still a shared session of the :0 display. I would like
to connect to a session that is different than the one
running on the physical display.
Hopefully, I've explained this sufficiently.
I dont know the answer but did you try setting DISPLAY=:1 in
~/.profile of the new user?
Mac OS X.5.1 Darwin 9.1.0
Mac Mini Intel Duo @ 1.86 GHz
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