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centos7_vnc [2016/05/13 14:59]
admin [CentOS 7 - persistent VNC]
centos7_vnc [2016/05/13 17:10]
admin [CentOS 7 - persistent VNC]
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   * Install tigervnc server. <​code>​yum install tigervnc-server</​code>​   * Install tigervnc server. <​code>​yum install tigervnc-server</​code>​
   * Create new display. <​code>​cp /​lib/​systemd/​system/​vncserver@.service /​etc/​systemd/​system/​vncserver@:​1.service</​code>​   * Create new display. <​code>​cp /​lib/​systemd/​system/​vncserver@.service /​etc/​systemd/​system/​vncserver@:​1.service</​code>​
-  * Replace all **''<​USER>''​** placeholders and VNC server parameters (e.g. -geometry 1600x1000) appropriately <​code>​vi /lib/​systemd/​system/​vncserver@:​1.service+  * Replace all **''<​USER>''​** placeholders and VNC server parameters (e.g. -geometry 1600x1000) appropriately <​code>​vi /etc/​systemd/​system/​vncserver@:​1.service
  
 ExecStart=/​sbin/​runuser -l <​your_username_here>​ -c "/​usr/​bin/​vncserver %i" ExecStart=/​sbin/​runuser -l <​your_username_here>​ -c "/​usr/​bin/​vncserver %i"
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   * Reload unit files. <​code>​systemctl daemon-reload</​code>​   * Reload unit files. <​code>​systemctl daemon-reload</​code>​
   * Start vnc server. <​code>​systemctl start vncserver@:​1.service</​code>​   * Start vnc server. <​code>​systemctl start vncserver@:​1.service</​code>​
-  * Configure firewalld. <​code>​firewall-cmd --get-active-zones+  * Configure firewalld ​(example). <​code>​firewall-cmd --get-active-zones
 firewall-cmd --set-default-zone=home firewall-cmd --set-default-zone=home
  
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