Kubuntu is an operating system that provides KDE support and is a part of Ubuntu. It uses KDE software instead of GNOME. It provides all the features Ubuntu. A built-in application allows users to have remote access to Kubuntu. Just like Ubuntu, the desktop of Kubuntu can be accessed as well as controlled by using a desktop client named VNC.
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Click the "Start" button at the bottom of the screen. Mouse over "Internet" and then click on "krfb Desktop Sharing."
Click the "Create Personal Initiation" button to invite people to share your desktop.
Click the "Configure" button and then tick "Allow uninvited connections,"
"Announce service on the network" and "Allow uninvited connections to control the desktop."
De-select the "Confirm uninvited connections before accepting" checkbox. Click "OK."
Tips and warnings
- Send desktop-sharing invitations via e-mail as well.
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