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x11vnc autostart on tinkerOS
I installed x11vnc on my tinkerOS. I set the autostart by adding "@x11vnc -forever -usepw" to the last line of ~/.config/lxsession/LXDE/autostart file (going through the GUI doing manually). But, now when i connect to it, i get a new desktop and not the active one. The primary desktop is seen idle on the hdmi output of the board and there is another desktop running in vnc. I tried adding command -display :0, but it isn't working. Everytime it gets connected to tinkerboard:1 while I believe my primary desktop is tinkerboard:0. This problem doesn't occur when i am starting the x11vnc manually and not with the autostart.
I need to sort this quickly in order to complete my project. Thanks in advance!
No VNC can connect to the display:0 by default.
This might be of some help. Even better to read the entire document.
Light blue words might be a link. Have you try to click on them? Big Grin
Thank you, the problem was in the commands i was using. It got sorted. 

Also, I got a new problem, I installed android on the board. But that android can't access the connected pi camera. Is there a way to make it recognise the camera? I am using the pi 5mp v1 camera.
Thanks again.
Sorry, this thread is [Solved]. For better results and focus open a relevant discussion. I don't think exists an user's problems thread Big Grin
For your camera it's preferred to see some more details and what logs may say about.
Light blue words might be a link. Have you try to click on them? Big Grin

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