VNC stands for Virtual Network Computing. It is, in essence, a remote
display system which allows you to view a computing 'desktop' environment
not only on the machine where it is running, but from anywhere on the
Internet and from a wide variety of machine architectures.|
There are five programs here:
vncviewer-4.1.2 - this is the VNC viewer, or client, program for X.
Xvnc-4.1.2 - this is the X VNC server - it is both a VNC server and an X server
with a "virtual" framebuffer. You normally use the vncserver script
to start Xvnc.
vncserver-4.1.2 - this is a wrapper script which makes starting an X VNC server
(i.e. desktop) more convenient. It is written in Perl, so to
use the script you need that.
vncpasswd-4.1.2 - this program allows you to change the password used to access
your X VNC desktops. The vncserver script uses this program
when you first start a VNC server.
vncconfig-4.1.2 - this program is used to configure and control a running
instance of Xvnc.
admin note: /usr/sepp/var/realvnc-4.1.2-to/Xvnc must be setgid root.