How to Perform Graphical Installation of “Red Hat Enterprise or CentOS 7.0” Remotely Using VNC Mode

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7 Responses

  1. This article assumes you run DHCP.

  2. Daniel says:

    I see an additional line stating “Attempting to start vncconfig”.
    Trying to access via VNC fails. Any ideas?

  3. Chris Hills says:

    Unfortunately this does not work for me. I get as far as “Please manually connect your vnc client to [2a00:1f400…]” but when I put in the address in my VNC client, it says “The connection was refused by the host computer”. I can ping the address from my computer.

  4. Matei Cezar says:

    No …this procedure doesn’t apply for CentOS 6.5.

  5. Gaurav says:

    hey is it same procedure for Centos 6.5

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