Nope. TightVNC starts its own session. It will bring up LXDE even if you haven't started an xserver session. I haven't checked the tightVNC's config file but there might be a way to change it there.linuxgx wrote:VNC should be logging into your active session. Also OSX has a built in VNC viewer that is much better than chicken. Just click run in finder and then connect to server.
Type in - VNC://RPIs_IP_ADRESS