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How to use VNCViewer to remote to Centos

Publication Date:  2017-09-19 Views:  18 Downloads:  0
Issue Description

Version: FusionCompute V100R006C00

Customer needs to know how to remote to Linux VM Operation System which is created on FusionCompute. Since customer uses Centos 7.0 on the VM, we do a test and find the way to help customer using the FusionCompute Tool VNCViewer by mounting the ISO to do it

Solution



1.     
Mount the Operation System ISO file in FusionCompute, choosing the VM
that needs to be remoted



Two ways to mount
ISO, one is ‘Mount Shared’ and the other one is ‘Mount Local'

Mount Shared(create
a shared folder on your PC and then put the file to the share folder), showing as below

Mount
Local ( put the file to your local disk and choose the correct path when
mounting)

Showing as below:


2.      Go into VM, you will see
the CDROM on your desktop and then you will do below:

Create a folder and
then mount the CDROM to the folder

Showing as below:

Mkdir tools --- mount /dev/cdrom tools – cd tools
– cd packages




Open the
packages on the folder, you will find ‘tigervnc-1.3.1-9.el7.x86_64.rpm’



Install the rpm package as below


After
installation success, do below steps:


Vncserver –
(set the pwd for vncserver) – vncserver :1 ( It will be used to connect to VNC
server, if you need more, you can set vncserver :2) – systemctl stop firewalld.service
(stop firewall)





Open the
VNCViewer on your PC, type the VNC Server ( VM management IP and the server
port) and Name, click ‘OK’



Right Click the icon and then
type the password



You will go into VM from the
remote side as below:


 







 



 



 



 



 



VNCViewer Package:







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