[CentOS-virt] Can KVM be run "headless"?
margoandtodd at gmail.com
Wed Nov 10 22:57:52 EST 2010
On 11/10/2010 07:30 PM, Scott Dowdle wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
>> On 11/10/2010 06:46 PM, compdoc wrote:
>> If I am running a windows client, I would run something like
>> Ultra VNC server. And on my host, communicate with something
>> like krdc. Am I correct?
> Opps, I need to add a more details... because I assumed in my last reply that your VMs were Linux... but of course they can be Windows. If you want to access your Windows VM then yes, you can access it via RDP assuming you have turned on remote access in Windows.
> Of course virt-manager and virt-viewer can also give you VNC-based GUI access to your Windows VM, but RDP is much faster.
> It'll be nice when Red Hat adds SPICE support to virt-manager and virt-viewer. Expect that in RHEL 6.1 and CentOS 6.1. I believe SPICE can be done manually but I have yet to find any good instructions on how to do it. Even in Fedora 14 it is a manual process that I haven't figured out yet. Expect Fedora 15 to include SPICE support integrated into virt-manager and virt-viewer... and RHEL 6.1 to follow shortly thereafter. That's my guess anyway.
Can not wait for CentOS 6.0. Hmmm, an excuse to upgrade my machine!
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