|Configuring the remote desktop on Ubuntu|
For convenience, you'll want to enable "Configure network automatically to accept connections" and disable "You must confirm each access to this machine"
Securing your remote desktop
For security reasons, you'll want to set a password. Enable "Require the user to enter this password" and key in your desired password in the text entry field. This way anybody who doesn't know your password will not be able to remote control your desktop.
Setting up the client
Next up is installing VNC for Android. It's available at AppBrain. Once installed, run it and you'll immediately be able to enter information needed for connecting to your Ubuntu desktop. It's just a few simple steps to get up and running:
- Fill in a nickname. It's easier to manage if you decide to add more connections later.
- Key in the password. Enable "Keep" if you want the app to remember your password.
- Key in your IP address
- Click connect.
And you're done!