NS8-Guacamole - first testing prerelease

Hi friends,

by using the ns8-kickstart-db templates by @stephdl I was finally able to create my first NS8 module.

If you like to test Guacamole on NS8:

add-module ghcr.io/mrmarkuz/guacamole:working

Just configure the guacamole hostname in the app settings page in cluster admin and browse to https://configured.hostname.tld/guacamole. The default login is user guacadmin, password guacadmin.

Backup/Restore should work already from the template.

Still on the todo list:

  • LDAP/AD bind
  • Branding
  • Remove guacamole path in URL
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I am happy :slight_smile:

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Congratulations on your first Module @mrmarkuz

I am also very interested in learning how the AD/Ldap Integrations works.

Managed to install successfully, the module is reachable at /guacamole

username and password guacadmin/guacadmin

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is this not all i need to conenct to a server


I keep getting this
image

Woooooooooow
Looks like FOSDEM you did well.
Good job my friend!

@stephdl you have a new promising padawan! :smiley:

I would move it to Development testing and create a new topic once it is released. What do you think @mrmarkuz ?

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How to remove the module? (My case 1 node cluster). I tried this:

[root@srv1 ~]# remove-module guacamole:working
<3>Cannot retrieve the NODE_ID of guacamole:working

[root@srv1 ~]# remove-module guacamole
<3>Cannot retrieve the NODE_ID of guacamole

[root@srv1 ~]# remove-module --help
usage: remove-module [-h] [–no-preserve] [–force] module

positional arguments:
module

options:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
–no-preserve erase also the module home directory
–force unconditionally erase the module from Redis (dangerous)
[root@srv1 ~]#

Reason for removal is that no ldap domains are listed in the settings page.

HTH

remove-module guacamole1

LDAP isn’t implemented yet…

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Ah, my bad in bad reading :wink:

Anyway, the issue is the following:

  • Installed the module (add-module)
  • Entered the settings FQDN, certificate and HTTPS
  • Save setting
  • go to FQDN entered in settings

Do you really need help to do a simple SSH connection to a server?

All current OS have. a usable SSH client nowadays, even Windows!
Why would any sane person waste more than one persons time trying to run SSH over HTML5 when every OS has SSH?

A Desktop is a different matter, the encryption for any Desktoptransfer with VNC or RDP is not enough, so a VPN is needed. Guacamole makes setting up a VPN redundant.

My 2 cents
Andy

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i think this will preseve some data,

remove-module --no-preserve guacamole1

for complete removal

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Using Guacamole, YEs Andy i actually need help, thats why i posted.

Thanks @oneitonitram !

[root@srv1 ~]# remove-module --no-preserve guacamole1

<7>podman rmi --ignore 1238c5206383fd1e698aaa63f8b0ed18efbec1926cf376e511849eaf07d46419

Untagged: Package guacamole · GitHub

Deleted: 1238c5206383fd1e698aaa63f8b0ed18efbec1926cf376e511849eaf07d46419

{}

[root@srv1 ~]#

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Looks like you missed the /guacamole path

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Ok, let me try again. BUT, I rather have immediate access through the given FQDN without a trailing directory. Just like the Sterling PDF module of @oneitonitram. Simply go to the dedicated subdomain. Very user friendly for for the end user spelling and remembering ‘guacamole’ is a nightmare and has nothing to do with what they want.

They simply want their desktop, hence e.g. https://mypc.mydomain.com :slight_smile:

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It’s on the todo list:

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I need to RTFM!!

It works as advertised! Thanks!

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