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I have used vnc4server successfully on Cent OS and Ubuntu 12.04 server with a minimal gnome desktop as well as a number of other distros.
I have used "desktop sharing" from an Ubuntu 12.04 LTS machine running gnome fallback.
However, I am not having any luck with the same approaches on Ubuntu Mate 14.04. In fact, several hits refer back to a similar question which I posted on linuxquestions last year - before Mate became an "official" Ubuntu flavor. TIA, Ken The reason you had those remote desktop applications in the other desktop environments is because they were packaged by your distribution to be included.
The "Software store" lists X11vnc which I think I have played with in the past although not very successful as I recall. I am assuming MATE doesn't come prepackaged with a remote desktop client.
I can now attach to a virtual desktop in my virtual Ubuntu Mate test machine.
I will play with it for a while then try it on some actual hardware. If connecting to a VNC server from outside your network, you should use ssh port forwarding for the VNC sessions so that the sessions are encrypted.
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