- When the Xvnc server was started by the vncserver init script, but no password file existed, the initscript failed without displaying a message. This bug is now fixed and the "VNC password for user is not configured" message appears when the password is not configured for the Xvnc session.
- Previously, the user was not allowed to change the value of the AcceptPointerEvents parameter while Xvnc was running. As a consequence, when the "vncconfig -set AcceptPointerEvents=1" command was used to enable and "vncconfig -set AcceptPointerEvents=0", to disable mouse input for VNC session, it failed with an error message, similar to the following:Setting param AcceptPointerEvents=0 failedNow the user is allowed to change the value of the AcceptPointerEvents parameter and the mouse input for a VNC session can be enabled or disabled while Xvnc is running.
- The tigervnc packages have been updated to match the latest X server version.