Its unlikely. The xbmc menu is probably drawn in a GLES accelerated framebuffer, and this is not something VNC (or most other Remote Desktop) protocols handles very well.superdesi wrote:Can this be done?
I dont think it would help you to enable VNC just for controlling mouse and keyboard, it dosnt work quite like that on Linux, you would move the mouse around on a not visible desktop and not on the XBMC. I would suggest using a xmbc-remote app instead.pharm1025 wrote:Does anyone know if VNC could be enabled on any of the XBMC bulids (rasbmc, openelec, xbian) for the purposes of using something like HippoRemote. I don't need screen sharing, but my wife prefers to use hipporemote on her phone, and it requires a vnc server to connect.
Thanks in advance for any help.