After creating a VM from FusionCompute 5.1 and installing the RHEL 6.4 64bit OS, the user is unable to login to the VM desktop using the built in tightVNC or noVNC options.
this is how the VNC display's the RHEL 6.4 64bit VM:
The solution requires a DHCP server running to provission an automatic IP address on the VM NIC. Restart the VM and make sure that the IP address is set by DHCP and is reachable from the maintenance terminal. Follow the below steps: this part is visible from the VNC, when this window comes press "e"
When this window is displayed, select the option displayed in the window and press "e" again
The next window is like the following one. Over here press "3" and restart the machine
When the machine is restarted, login to the OS using an SSH client
like PUTTY, the IP of the machine is provided by the DHCP server
Use an FTP client like the WinSCP to transfer the attached file to /tmp
directory of the OS. The file name is
"xorg-x11-drv-cirrus-1.5.2-1.el6_4.x86_64.rpm". The file has been
attached with this article as well.
Use the command to install the patch:
rpm -U --nodeps --force xorg-x11-drv-cirrus-1.5.2-2.el6.x86_64.rpm
restart the machine, the Desktop should be viewd normally from the VNC now.
The root cause was identified as a missing display driver from RHEL 6.4 compatible with the FusionSphere VNC
install the display drivers to solve the issue.
Please refer to the following article: http://3ms.huawei.com/hi/group/1501725/wiki_2971643.html
Same solution is for RHEL 6.5 64bit、CentOS 6.4 64bit、CentOS 6.5 64bit、Oracle Linux 6.4 64bit