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FusionAccess Desktop Solution V100R006C20 Windows Desktop Management Guide 09 (FusionSphere V100R006C10 or Earlier)

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Logging In to a VM Using a Linux PC

Logging In to a VM Using a Linux PC


If domain authentication is used for user login, you can log in to your VM using a Linux PC. Login is successful only when domain authentication is successful.

  • The initial configuration described in this section needs to be performed only once on each terminal device.
  • The data required for the initial configuration and specific configuration procedure can be customized based on the actual situation.
  • The Linux Software Client supports the following Linux OSs:
    • Red Hat 6.6 x32/x64
    • Ubuntu 14.04 x32/x64
  • Linux PC login only supports basic display and keyboard and mouse.
  • Available disk space of the Linux PC is more than 500 MB. Memory must not be less than 2 GB and CPU frequency must not be less than 2.0 GHz.
  • The Linux Software Client supports overwriting during installation, but does not support upgrading and uninstallation.
  • Linux does not support login using a browser.


The installation package of the Linux Software Client is available.


Key data and parameters required for this task are described in the specific procedures.


Table 3-22 lists the required software.

Table 3-22 Software




Linux Software Client

The Linux Software Client has two types of installation packages:

  • 32-bit Linux OS:
  • 64-bit Linux OS:

Path to obtain the package:

For enterprise users, click here.

For carrier users, click here.

Download or, and decompress the file.

For example, for a 32-bit Linux OS, the installation package is in the decompressed file.


Install the Linux Software Client.

  1. Copy the Linux software client installation package to a folder on the Linux PC, for example, /usr/local.
  2. Run the following command and enter the password of user root to switch to user root:

    su - root

  3. Run the following command to go to the installation package directory:

    cd Directory where the installation package is located

    Example: cd /usr/local

  4. Run the following commands to set the read and write permissions of the installation package:

    chmod 777 Installation package name

    For example, run the following command to set the read and write permission of a 32-bit Linux software client installation package:

    chmod 777

  5. Run the following command to install the Linux Software Client:

    ./Installation package name

    Example: ./

    Do not turn off the VM. After the installation is completed, the system automatically restarts.

  6. Log in to the Linux PC again.

    For Ubuntu 14.04 (32/64-bit) or later, you need to install the gksu software after logging in to the Linux PC again.

    • If the PC is connected to the Internet:

      Run the following command to install the gksu software online:

      sudo apt-get install gksu

    • If the PC is not connected to the Internet:
      1. Obtain the gksu installation package from the Ubuntu official website and copy it to the local PC.
      2. Run the following command to install the gksu software package:

        sudo dpkg -i Software package name.deb

        For example: sudo dpkg -i gksu_2.0.2-6ubuntu2_amd64.deb

Use the Linux Software Client to log in to the desktop.

  1. On the PC OS, double-click .

    The Authenticate window is displayed.

  2. Enter the password of user root. Click Authenticate.

    The Address Manager window is displayed.

  3. NOTE:

    If there are available server addresses in the address management list, perform Step 11.

    Click Add.

    The Edit Server Info dialog box is displayed.

  4. On the page that is displayed, set parameters Server Name and Server Address. Click OK.


    The cloud server address is the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) or service plane IP address of the WI server. For FQDN, you need to configure the DNS server address.

  5. Choose a correct server address, and click Launch.

    Before the startup, correctly configure the local IP address of the PC to ensure that the IP address is connected to the server address.

Log in to a VM.

  1. Enter the correct username and password, and press Enter.
  2. Click the VM icon to log in to the virtual desktop.
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