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"using raspi-config, changed password, enabled vnc" this ONLY works for RealVNC (not sure what would happen if you use others).

"Ran vncserver :1" Do not just run vncserver 0r tightvncserver, although if you copied the script from http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/a/39374/8697https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/a/39374/8697 this automatically starts at boot, the whole point of the script.

Try running open vnc://pi@10.1.1.41:5901 on the Mac (changing to your IP) (Does NOT work with RealVNC - you have to use their custom viewer).

"using raspi-config, changed password, enabled vnc" this ONLY works for RealVNC (not sure what would happen if you use others).

"Ran vncserver :1" Do not just run vncserver 0r tightvncserver, although if you copied the script from http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/a/39374/8697 this automatically starts at boot, the whole point of the script.

Try running open vnc://pi@10.1.1.41:5901 on the Mac (changing to your IP) (Does NOT work with RealVNC - you have to use their custom viewer).

"using raspi-config, changed password, enabled vnc" this ONLY works for RealVNC (not sure what would happen if you use others).

"Ran vncserver :1" Do not just run vncserver 0r tightvncserver, although if you copied the script from https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/a/39374/8697 this automatically starts at boot, the whole point of the script.

Try running open vnc://pi@10.1.1.41:5901 on the Mac (changing to your IP) (Does NOT work with RealVNC - you have to use their custom viewer).

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"using raspi-config, changed password, enabled vnc" this ONLY works for RealVNC (not sure what would happen if you use others).

"Ran vncserver :1" Do not just run vncserver 0r tightvncserver, although if you copied the script from http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/a/39374/8697 this automatically starts at boot, the whole point of the script.

Try running open vnc://pi@10.1.1.41:5901 on the Mac (changing to your IP) (Does NOT work with RealVNC - you have to use their custom viewer).

"using raspi-config, changed password, enabled vnc" this ONLY works for RealVNC (not sure what would happen if you use others).

"Ran vncserver :1" Do not just run vncserver 0r tightvncserver.

Try running open vnc://pi@10.1.1.41:5901 on the Mac (changing to your IP) (Does NOT work with RealVNC - you have to use their custom viewer).

"using raspi-config, changed password, enabled vnc" this ONLY works for RealVNC (not sure what would happen if you use others).

"Ran vncserver :1" Do not just run vncserver 0r tightvncserver, although if you copied the script from http://raspberrypi.stackexchange.com/a/39374/8697 this automatically starts at boot, the whole point of the script.

Try running open vnc://pi@10.1.1.41:5901 on the Mac (changing to your IP) (Does NOT work with RealVNC - you have to use their custom viewer).

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"using raspi-config, changed password, enabled vnc" this ONLY works for RealVNC (not sure what would happen if you use others).

"Ran vncserver :1" Do not just run vncserver 0r tightvncserver.

Try running open vnc://pi@10.1.1.41:5901 on the Mac (changing to your IP) (Does NOT work with RealVNC - you have to use their custom viewer).