KLL wrote: ↑
Thu Mar 15, 2018 9:47 am
-a- if you have full RASPBIAN installed
you only need to enable VNC by
( and i not think that by a manual installation you would damage something unless you use REMOVE ... )
I have the full Raspbian Stretch 11-29-2017 version. I did try installing the VNC server & viewer through the terminal then enabling the VNC through the Configuration window from the preferences menu and via terminal "raspi-config"
I have tried the following :
1.) sudo systemctl enable vncserver-x11-serviced.service
- Code from vnc website for making the VNC server start at every boot.
2.) Basic troubleshooting via sudo update, upgrade and even dist-upgrade.
3.) Disabling / Enabling the VNC from the config menu.
I wonder if SSH has something to do with it?
What comes to mind now is to try installing tightvncserver, I don't know if that will work or try to re-download or re-install the OS but I fear that maybe a waste of time.