Hi guacamole lovers,
I gave it a try and it’s really nice to have a web based remote desktop/ssh/vnc with connection manager.
I could install it easily via the script @jackyes suggested here
yum -y install nethserver-mysql java-1.8.0-devel
chmod +x guacamole-install-script.sh
Scroll up to copy your mariadb root password from the output of “cat ~/.mycnf” and just paste it:
Enter the root password for MariaDB: YOURMARIADBPW
Enter the Guacamole DB name: guacamole
Enter the Guacamole DB username: guacamole
Enter the Guacamole DB password: guacamole
Enter the Java KeyStore password (least 6 characters): guacamole
Do you wish to Install the Proxy feature (Nginx)?: no
Then you are asked to complete the Java keystore wizard:
What is your first and last name?
What is the name of your organizational unit?
What is the name of your organization?
What is the name of your City or Locality?
What is the name of your State or Province?
What is the two-letter country code for this unit?
Is CN=Markus, OU=Users, O=NethServer, L=Vienna, ST=Vienna, C=AT correct?
To allow the ports:
config set fw_guacamole service status enabled TCPPorts 8080,8443 access green
Browse to https://YOURNETHSERVER:8443/guacamole/ and login with username and password guacadmin
I could connect to Win Server 2016 via RDP and to Nethserver via SSH. Guacamole rocks!
This explains install from epel but didn’t work for me: