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Linux Terminal Service on CentOS 6.4 – part 1/2

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This video is the tutorial of Linux Terminal Service using TigerVNC and FreeNX based on CentOS 6.4. The part one focuses on Terminal service using TigerVNC server and client. If you watch this video, you will understand the concept of terminal service on Linux. Part two will be FreeNX / NX for terminal service implementation on Linux

6 thoughts on “Linux Terminal Service on CentOS 6.4 – part 1/2

  1. Hi Jeon Chul, thank you for your help. I managed to get it working, however I can't get the encrypted connection to work, when I type "vncviewer -via [email protected] localhost:X" i get this message:
    channel 3: open failed: administratively prohibited: open failed

    I have checked my sshd_config and I have PermitTunnel yes.
    Your assistance is appreciated.

  2. Dear mon0supremo
    1. Unaable to resolve host by name: In this case, maybe your DNS server cant not find Terminal Server. So try to use IP address of Terminal server instead of using Hostname.
    2. Connection refuesed(111): I think you need to check two things. First check your terminal server settting is right or not. Second, check your firewall system to block termianl session. For example,
    # service iptables stop.
    and try to connect again. Thanks for your comment.

  3. Dear Jeong Chul, I'm wondering if you could help me
    I've followed your tutorial and every time I try to log into the server I keep getting this error:
    main: unable to resolve host by name: Name or service not known
    And when it's not that error, I get a "connection refused (111)"

    Thank you.

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