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frnmst/Franco Masotti 5 years ago
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## VNC options
The VNC options in this script allow you to connect
The VNC options in this script allow you to connect to a remote instance of
QEMU. This is particularly useful, for example, if your local machine
processor does not support virtualization. The only thing to do is to make
the server's port (`5900`) reachable from the clients.
To do this you must run QVM with one of the VNC option on the server side.
On the client side you simply edit the `host_ip_address` and `host_username`
variables configuration file.
You must then run QVM with one of the VNC options on the server side.
On the client side you must simply edit the `host_ip_address` and
`host_username` variables in the configuration file.
For example, on the server side we could install the virtual machine remotely
like this:
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$ ./qvm -r
At this point you should see your virtual machine running in a TigerVNC window.
## Help