As the currently-available source for the APC kernel does not include the necessary drivers for video output to a monitor (amongst other things..) but does include network drivers (Via Velocity..) it seemed logical that I could adopt the same approach to a graphical interface that I use for the Dreamplug (which is a real ‘headless’ device!).
So.. having successfully installed Fedora ARM 13, I was then able to follow the steps I had used for the Dreamplug when I installed this version of Fedora on it, over a year ago..
Using YUM, I installled tigervnc-server, and groupinstalled the XFCE desktop, and also the appropriate xorg-x11 fonts..
Then changed the ~/.vnc/xstartup config to just include
#!/bin/sh startxfce4 &
Restarted vncserver on the APC, and then fired up a VNC viewer from my main Linux system – in my case, krdc..
All we need now, is a newer version of the APC kernel, with all drivers available in source form!