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H.CallahanFebruary 11th, 2009, 11:30 PMOk, I tried the "ServerAliveInterval 300", with no change. (I actually changed it both on the affected machine and also in (Windows) Putty since it sounded more The version of Ubuntu was Hardy, but since I was getting no results, I nuked that installation and have just put on Intrepid. The router was replaced with the same model Linksys, but loaded with DD-WRT software. Ask ! navigate here
I replaced the router (again) with another router with no improvement. Free forum by Nabble Edit this page OSDir.com network.tight-vnc.general Subject: RE: VNC: "Error while waiting for servermessage" Date Index Thread: Prev Next Thread Index If by "responsive" you are H.CallahanMarch 11th, 2009, 01:17 AMHi, yes but were there other machines on the network at the same time. Next time, I'll replace the case first!
Error While Waiting For Server Message Tightvnc
Any idea what the problem might be? Also, I think I turned off the firewall in my router but that shouldnt be an issue since everything is on the LAN side. Joel M. The log entry > looks like this: > > Tue Feb 08 22:17:17 2005 > vncSockConnect.cpp : accepted connection from xx.xx.xx.x > vncClient.cpp : client connected : xx.xx.xx.xx (id 1) >
Update: I FIGURED IT OUT. If it's a problem initially connecting, slow DNS might be at fault. http://thinkgeek.com/sf ___________________________________________________________ TightVNC mailing list, [email protected] https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/vnc-tight-list
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I have the DynDNS Updater installed, and it is working fine, reporting as the external IP for the router exactly the IP being reported by my router. Tightvnc Connection Closed Is it possible that you are getting dropped because your server's DHCP lease has expired and grabs a new IP? Thanks a lot for your help anyway! http://marc.info/?l=vnc-list&m=101133053426132&w=2 http://thinkgeek.com/sf ___________________________________________________________ TightVNC mailing list, [email protected] https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/vnc-tight-list Thread at a glance: Previous Message by Date: Vdacc vnc V1.53 (30-60% bandwidth reduction) Hi, The server and viewer are still in test fase.
This happens whether I am VNCing in through the internet via SSH, VNCing through the Internet without SSH (for testing purposes, I don't intend actually use it that way), VNCing in All of this resulted in no change. Does anyone have any clue what the error messages in the OP actually mean? Thanks.
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H.CallahanMarch 8th, 2009, 06:41 PMOk, here is a little interesting information on this problem. For more info, see this article: http://ubuntu.wordpress.com/2006/02/03/keeping-ssh-sessions-alive/ Peter09February 11th, 2009, 10:04 PMThe other thing to consider is something doing a large network transfer, may be not connected to the target machine. Error While Waiting For Server Message Tightvnc Regards, S. Things like firefox and download programs do not need an open connection to be continuously responsive.
I unblocked the TightVNC Server software on my Vista box, and opened ports number 5800 and 5900. check over here com> Date: 2002-01-18 5:02:32 [Download message RAW] Hello group! I feel that the problem is, at this point, more likely to be either the software or the configuration that is causing the problem. Could there be some confusion in routing once the router is connected, i.e with two machines, well theres only one place to go, but connect the router and your machines will
I assume this is the case given that gotomyvnc checks out fine. All the configuration I have done is through the supplied web interface. I'm not suggesting that this is the problem here, but something similar could be happening. his comment is here No difference.
Iceman_BMarch 31st, 2009, 01:00 AMWow, I have a surprisingly similar problem. Which version of Ubuntu are you using? Forum Home » Issues and Solutions » Application Issues » TightVNC info - Error while waiting for server message Thread Tools Display Modes 11-May-2012, 3:41 pm #1 FaultWire Moderator
I haven't even done the wrestling match with the NVidia card to get it to work at anything better than 800x600 that I had to do to Hardy.
Peter09March 13th, 2009, 04:48 PMBe interested to find out what was causing the problem. One possible explanation is that the tunnel "server" responds immediately to the VNC viewer and then deals with the VNC server itself, probably with less fussiness. H.CallahanFebruary 19th, 2009, 07:05 PMI am certain that the IP address is unique. Would that sound right?
I scrounged a new set of hardware to make another machine and decided to go 100% Ubuntu on it. If you don't know your IP, go to Start--> Run and type CMD and hit enter. dalia 26 May 2008 13:28:51 Hi Sergio, It seems I face the same problem, a client-specific issue preventing that specific client from connecting to the server. http://smartphpstatistics.com/error-while/mac-error-while-printing-message.html The log entry looks like this: Tue Feb 08 22:17:17 2005 vncSockConnect.cpp : accepted connection from xx.xx.xx.x vncClient.cpp : client connected : xx.xx.xx.xx (id 1) If I use http://www.gotomyvnc.com/ it tells
I think that I have all the settings indicated by you in order (port forwarding and such). Just a thought. As I said in the OP, Ok,It is basically a Dell 1.8 Ghz P4 with 1Gb RAM (soon to be upgrade to 1.5GB) and an NVidia 7800 GS AGP video card There might be vnc settings you could twiddle too.
The replacement was a 3COM 3C905B-TX. Do you > happen to know what the "Allow Loopback Connections" setting is for? > That's still a mystery to me... That doesn't help VNC though. What kind of switch hardware are you using?