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redhat 8.3 vnc 配置

redhat 8.3 的VNC 配置与其他的redhat 版本不太一样,其他版本在安装tigervnc tigervnc-server 后直接执行vncserver 就可以了, 8.3执行vncserver将会出现如下信息:

# vncserver
vncserver has been replaced by a systemd unit.
Please read /usr/share/doc/tigervnc/ for more information.

网上好多文章都说配置 vncserver@:1.service 里边内容大致为

Description=Remote desktop service (VNC)



ExecStartPre=/bin/sh -c '/usr/bin/vncserver -kill %i > /dev/null 2>&1 || :'
ExecStart=/usr/bin/vncserver -autokill %i
ExecStop=/usr/bin/vncserver -kill %i


但是在redhat8.3 中执行ExecStart 中的脚本 /usr/bin/vncserver 就不能成功,所以这个方法在这里不适用。

/usr/share/doc/tigervnc/ 已经对配置进行里讲解, 内容如下:

# What has changed
The previous Tigervnc versions had a wrapper script called `vncserver` which 
could be run as a user manually to start *Xvnc* process. The usage was quite 
simple as you just run

$ vncserver :x [vncserver options] [Xvnc options]

and that was it. While this was working just fine, there were issues when users
wanted to start a Tigervnc server using *systemd*. For these reasons things were 
completely changed and there is now a new way how this all is supposed to work.

 # How to start Tigervnc server

## Add a user mapping
With this you can map a user to a particular port. The mapping should be done in 
`/etc/tigervnc/vncserver.users` configuration file. It should be pretty 
straightforward once you open the file as there are some examples, but basically
the mapping is in form


For example you can have


## Configure 
To configure Xvnc parameters, you need to go to the same directory where you did
the user mapping and open `vncserver-config-defaults` configuration file. This 
file is for the default Xvnc configuration and will be applied to every user 
unless any of the following applies:
* The user has its own configuration in `$HOME/.vnc/config`
* The same option with different value is configured in 
  `vncserver-config-mandatory` configuration file, which replaces the default 
  configuration and has even a higher priority than the per-user configuration.
  This option is for system administrators when they want to force particular 
  *Xvnc* options.

Format of the configuration file is also quite simple as the configuration is
in form of


for example


### Note:
There is one important option you need to set and that option is the session you
want to start. E.g when you want to start GNOME desktop, then you have to use


which should match the name of a session desktop file from `/usr/share/xsessions`

## Set VNC password
You need to set a password for each user in order to be able to start the 
Tigervnc server. In order to create a password, you just run

$ vncpasswd

as the user you will be starting the server for. 
### Note:
If you were using Tigervnc before for your user and you already created a 
password, then you will have to make sure the `$HOME/.vnc` folder created by 
`vncpasswd` will have the correct *SELinux* context. You either can delete this 
folder and recreate it again by creating the password one more time, or 
alternatively you can run

$ restorecon -RFv /home/<USER>/.vnc

## Start the Tigervnc server
Finally you can start the server using systemd service. To do so just run

$ systemctl start vncserver@:x

as root or

$ sudo systemctl start vncserver@:x

as a regular user in case it has permissions to run `sudo`. Don't forget to 
replace the `:x` by the actual number you configured in the user mapping file. 
Following our example by running

$ systemctl start vncserver@:1

you will start a Tigervnc server for user `test` with a GNOME session.

### Note:
If you were previously using Tigervnc and you were used to start it using 
*systemd* then you will need to remove previous *systemd* configuration files,
those you most likely copied to `/etc/systemd/system/vncserver@.service`, 
otherwise this service file will be preferred over the new one installed with
latest Tigervnc.

# Limitations
You will not be able to start a Tigervnc server for a user who is already
logged into a graphical session. Avoid running the server as the `root` user as
it's not a safe thing to do. While running the server as the `root` should work 
in general, it's not recommended to do so and there might be some things which
are not working properly.

下边是我的操作 redhat 8.3 配置VNC 步骤:

1. 安装VNC

yum install xdpyinfo
yum install tigervnc tigervnc-server


vim /etc/tigervnc/vncserver.users


3.修改vncserver-config-defaults , 如果添加一行localhost ,外部不能访问

vim /etc/tigervnc/vncserver-config-defaults

4.修改vncserver-config-mandatory ,如果添加一行localhost ,外部不能访问

vim /etc/tigervnc/vncserver-config-mandatory 

5.创建config 文件

vim $HOME/.vnc/config


vim /etc/tigervnc/vncserver.users


7.复制vncserver@x.service 文件(这步可能可以省略)

cp /lib/systemd/system/vncserver@.service /etc/systemd/system/vncserver@:1.service


# The vncserver service unit file
# Quick HowTo:
# 1. Add a user mapping to /etc/tigervnc/vncserver.users.
# 2. Adjust the global or user configuration. See the
#    vncsession(8) manpage for details. (OPTIONAL)
# 3. Run `systemctl enable vncserver@:<display>.service`
# 4. Run `systemctl start vncserver@:<display>.service`
# DO NOT RUN THIS SERVICE if your local area network is
# untrusted!  For a secure way of using VNC, you should
# limit connections to the local host and then tunnel from
# the machine you want to view VNC on (host A) to the machine
# whose VNC output you want to view (host B)
# [user@hostA ~]$ ssh -v -C -L 590N:localhost:590M hostB
# this will open a connection on port 590N of your hostA to hostB's port 590M
# (in fact, it ssh-connects to hostB and then connects to localhost (on hostB).
# See the ssh man page for details on port forwarding)
# You can then point a VNC client on hostA at vncdisplay N of localhost and with
# the help of ssh, you end up seeing what hostB makes available on port 590M
# Use "nolisten=tcp" to prevent X connections to your VNC server via TCP.
# Use "localhost" to prevent remote VNC clients connecting except when
# doing so through a secure tunnel.  See the "-via" option in the
# `man vncviewer' manual page.

Description=Remote desktop service (VNC)

ExecStart=/usr/libexec/vncsession-start %i


8.设置vnc 密码

如果你想用tester用户让外部连接,就用tester 用户执行,执行后会在$HOME/.vnc/ 下生成passwd 文件



其中的3 指的是/etc/tigervnc/vncserver.users 中对应的用户, 3 就是tester

systemctl daemon-reload
systemctl stop  vncserver@:3
systemctl start vncserver@:3
systemctl status vncserver@:3


如果vncserver-config-defaults 和vncserver-config-mandator 配置了localhost,下边红框中将显示为127.0.0.1:5903 ,导致外部不能访问

netstat -tnlp

11. 外部连接


export  DISPLAY=:3
xhost +

其中 3 这个数字是在 /etc/tigervnc/vncserver.users 中配置,出现如下输出表示成功

到这里vnc 配置完成,可以在外部连接。


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