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FusionAccess Desktop Solution V100R006C20 End User Guide 08

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Precautions for Using VMs (Linux OS)

Precautions for Using VMs (Linux OS)

A desktop cloud provides on-demand services based on networks. It works properly relying on OSs and network configurations of VMs. Risky operations on VMs are listed as follows. Pay attention to these operations when using VMs.

These operations usually do not need to be adjusted. If any adjustment of these operations is involved, contact the system administrator first.

Forbidden Operations

  1. Do not run the following command to stop processes:
    • pkill hdp
    • pkill Xvfb
  2. Do not upgrade the Linux kernel by yourself.
  3. Do not upgrade ninstall or replace desktop GUI software.
  4. Do not upgrade ninstall the samba and winbind components.
  5. Do not delete files whose names start with /etc/init.d/hdp**.
  6. Do not run the following command to disable NICs:
    • ifconfig eth* down
    • ifconfig wlan down
  7. Do not disable NICs on desktop GUIs.
  8. Do not delete the following ports from firewall exception options:

    28511\28512\28521\28522

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Updated: 2019-04-25

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