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18.3.4. Installation using a VNC listener

To connect from your temporary Linux installation system to a VNC client running on your workstation in listening mode, use the vncconnect option in your parameter file, in addition to the options vnc and optionally vncpassword. The network and firewalls must allow an IP connection from your temporary Linux installation to your workstation.
To have the temporary Linux installation system automatically connect to a VNC client, first start the client in listening mode. On Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems, use the -listen option to run vncviewer as a listener. In a terminal window, enter the command:
vncviewer -listen

 
 
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