I have a very simple pygame based script, mainly handling keyboard input and some sounds. The display is mostly useless. I would like to run the script without a display, using vnc(using TightVNC now).
I'm guessing because pygame is hardware accelerated there are issues running the display on a remote desktop, also because tight vnc creates a separate desktop sessions it seems to me. I've tried initialized the pygame display with pygame.SWSURFACE but I still get the
Is there a way to vnc onto the py and see a pygame rendered window ? If so, how ?