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Old 11-18-2015, 04:35 PM   #1
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Question How to login my RHEL 7 GNOME 3 From my Local RHEL 7 GNOME 3


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I buy a VPS from DigitalOcean And setup RHEL 7 GNOME 3 on my VPS and Wanna browse and use as desktop PC on Here.

In Home I use same system.Now I need to know how can Login my VPS like Windows RDP dose?

centos 7 gnome login from another computer(My Desktop CentOS)

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Old 11-18-2015, 05:21 PM   #2
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Check for desktop-sharing protocols like VNC and SPICE. You will have to configure a VNC or SPICE server on the server and run a VNC or SPICE client on your local system. Red Hat seems to be favouring SPICE.
 
Old 11-18-2015, 05:24 PM   #3
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Are you sure you want a RDP-like setup? What are you planning to do on the system that requires a connection like this? That's not how remote administration of Linux, and especially RHEL, is intended. Have you tried using the defacto standard ssh? You can still open GUI applications, and you don't need to have a GUI connection to the whole desktop to do it.

While yes you can install VNC or similar to achieve what you're looking for, you're really going against the grain and will be fighting against the system rather than working with it. I suggest you do some research about how to properly administer a remote RHEL system before you go down that path.

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Old 11-18-2015, 05:34 PM   #4
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While yes you can install VNC or similar to achieve what you're looking for, you're really going against the grain and will be fighting against the system rather than working with it. I suggest you do some research about how to properly administer a remote RHEL system before you go down that path.
While I agree in principle, there might be applications that either require the GUI or are too unwieldy on the command line.

By the way, I forgot to warn about encryption. Don't know about SPICE, but you can easily run VNC without encryption, which makes your activities on the server visible to anybody who cares to listen. I believe VNC has built-in encryption, but it must be configured. Or use ssh tunneling.
 
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While I agree in principle, there might be applications that either require the GUI or are too unwieldy on the command line.
You don't need a full-blown RDP/VNC style interface to run GUI applications. They will run just as well through ssh as they will sitting at the desktop.
 
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