Hello friends.. in today’s post we are going to learn how to install XRDP on CentOS Linux. As we knew it becomes worthy and cozy to handle Linux machines from windows. To get rid of this situation, we can configure RDP packages on the Linux Machine to allow Remote Desktop from Windows Machines. We can connect Linux Machine by Windows Machine Easily through MSTSC after installing XRDP services.
- A Machine with CentOS Operating System
- Minimum 1Ghz Processor
- At Least 2GB of Memory
Steps To Install XRDP On CentOS
Update the Packages
# sudo yum update
Install the XRPD with the next command
# sudo yum install -y epel-release # sudo yum install -y xrdp
Once installation completes, start and enable XRDP on system boot
# sudo systemctl start xrdp # sudo systemctl enable xrdp
Add RDP port in the Firewalld to Open and Reload the Firewalld
# sudo firewall-cmd --add-port=3389/tcp --permanent # sudo firewall-cmd --reload
Create Desktop Environment
Now we will create and set a Desktop Environment, we will try out Xfce. Xfce is the lightest Desktop Environment that consumes very low resources from the Linux Machine. It is easy to install and recommended for low configurations Linux Machines.
Install Xfce and Reboot the System
# sudo yum install -y epel-release # sudo yum groupinstall -y "Xfce" # sudo reboot
Once the system reboots, create Xclients from which connection will be made.
# echo "xfce4-session" > ~/.Xclients # chmod a+x ~/.Xclients
Check RDP from Windows Machine
To check RDP from Windows Machine to Linux Machine, follow some easy steps
You can search for ” mstsc ” in the start menu or you can directly type ” mstsc ” in the run and click OK
Put your Linux Machine IP Address where XRDP installed
Finally, log in with username of the Linux Machine
After entering the correct username and password you will see your Linux Machine Remotely.
So, in this tutorial, we have covered how to install XRDP on the CentOS Operating System step by step. Contact me if you have any queries or comment below to ask your doubts regarding the post. Thank You