Run TightVNC server before logging in to KDE - how?
Recently i got a rather new laptop with broken screen, and yesterday decided to play with it a little - using external monitor i installed a PC-BSD 7.1.1, VitualBox from PBIs and TightVNC from ports. It all worked, but i got naked X in my VNC session.
After 2 hours of studying a PC-BSD way of dealing with ports tree, i added all other things needed by TightVNC startup script from ports too, and a Fluxbox as a wm for it.
Now all works brilliant - i disconnected laptop from display and put it on the top of bookcase. But if ever need to restart it, or get a long power blockade i'll need to connect it back, login to KDE and start TightVNC manually - it is rather frustrating. Even if i add it to KDE Autostart folder, i'll still need to login from keyboard, it sux.
So, is there any way to start TightVNC from my user BEFORE i login to KDE?
Update: well, i made a detour: login to ssh, start vncserver, login to vnc. It works, but feels not very good. Roundabout way is roundabout after all, so primary question is still topical.