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Can open Atom from console - but not TightVNC
I suspect this is some sort of permissions thing - but I don’t know where to start.
I loaded the Atom editor package on an Ubuntu droplet - using KDE desktop.
From the console, it runs - awfully - but it runs.
From TightVNC, I can’t get the app to launch. I get some grief about the display being wrong. I’ve tried setting it to localhost:0, my WAN IP:0, my local IP:0 - and :1 as well… nothing.
Ultimately - what I want is to use TightVNC to log into my droplet, and run my silly text editor from there.
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