Setting Up Web-Based Guacamole Tool to Access Remote Linux/Windows Machines

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Gabriel Cánepa

Gabriel Cánepa is a GNU/Linux sysadmin and web developer from Villa Mercedes, San Luis, Argentina. He works for a worldwide leading consumer product company and takes great pleasure in using FOSS tools to increase productivity in all areas of his daily work.

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48 Responses

  1. marcos says:

    Hi Gabriel,

    I have followed your instructions in a Google Cloud Platform. Put Guaca in a ubuntu box. And I have to other instances, Linux, and windows which I am trying to reach. I can see the Linux machine, but the other windows instance, no success. It even doesn’t appear in the connections dashboard. It says connections error. Any ide? Thanks in advance!

  2. Gulab Pasha says:

    Hi Gabriel,

    How do we connect to Connection Machine without Guacamole authorized user, once we generate the link can we connect to it without login?

    Gulab Pasha

  3. edgar says:

    we made all steps but some error here: ” ERROR: Unable to bind socket to any addresses.”

  4. vigidr says:

    For anyone stuck on invalid logins: Make sure that the user mapping also is readable for the tomcat user. *head@desk*

  5. vigidr says:

    Hi Gabriel,

    thanks for the tut. Unfortunately I can’t login. The user mapping seems to be unrecognized even when I link the file to .guacamole folder in tomcat7s home dir, /usr/share/tomcat7/.guacamole. I’m running Debian 8.5 and installed the server via apt-get install instead of compiling it myself.

    Do you have any idea?

  6. Luke Harper says:

    For anyone else stuck on this where you get a 404 status.

    Move the guacamole.war file to the Webapps folder within your “tomcat7” folder.

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