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Installing Guacamole Apache on CentOS

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Apache Guacamole is a free and open-source cross-platform Remote Desktop Gateway maintained by the Apache Software Foundation. It allows a user to take control of a remote computer or virtual machine via a web browser. The server runs on most Linux distributions and the client runs on any modern web browser. Remote access is performed via the guacd component, which uses the RDPVNC or SSH remote protocols to access resources. Guacamole is clientless and doesn’t require an agent to be installed on the resources being accessed. The fact that the client runs on web browsers allows users to connect to their remote desktops without using an installed remote desktop client.

And it’s quite difficult to install guacamole manually, therefore I have prepared the easiest way to install guacamole.

Open your CentOS terminal server, and run the following command.
wget https://blog.arizu.my.id/scripts/guacamole-installer.sh && sh guacamole-installer.sh

and the installation process will run automatically, please do not leave the installation process because later you will be asked to enter data such as username and password

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