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Computer Copy Paste in VNC Viewer

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I am running a VNCserver on my Fedora VMWare virtual machine. I make a VNCViewer connection to that from my Windows XP box. Can I have copy, paste functionality from Fedora to Windows
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As far as I recall, if you use an xterm ( not any other type of terminal ) you can copy any paste to/from vnc.
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Hi Reborg, thanks for reply. Can u be little more specific... Do I need to make an entry in the config file for opening an xterm window.
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