Remote access to Wayland desktops under Fedora 29

Conclusions

Contrary to some web news, Fedora developers have simply provided their distribution with an easy-to-enable VNC server. Wayland itself still does not offer any functions for transparent access via the network. The corresponding functions are limited to the Gnome desktop for now, but, at the end of the day, remote access is possible with any VNC client, even Windows or Mac OS X.

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