Last updated on 2012-12-09
Yesterday I upgraded my Linux box from Ubuntu 10.04 (or something like that) to 11.10, and my the build-in vncserver (vino) stopped working. My client received “connection refused” and nothing happened in the Linux box. As usual I asked Google how to solve the problem, and then I found this interesting solution: just uninstall and re-install the application.
Is it just me or is this the typical Windows solution to problems? Soon we’ll be getting answers in Linux forums like “Oh, this is known problem, just reboot the computer and everything will be OK”… What is happening here??? Is complexity catching up on us?