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$ [command]#vncviewer -listen _PORT_#
`13:14:47 Please manually connect your VNC viewer to 192.168.100.131:5901 to begin the install.`
Adding VNC Boot Options
[application]*KRDC* - A viewer integrated with the [application]*KDE* desktop environment. Installed as the [package]*kdenetwork-krdc* package.
[application]*TigerVNC* - A basic viewer independent of your desktop environment. Installed as the [package]*tigervnc* package.
[application]*Vinagre* - A viewer for the [application]*GNOME* desktop environment. Installed as the [package]*vinagre* package.
Boot the installation system and wait for the boot menu to appear. In the menu, edit boot options (see xref:install/Booting_the_Installation.adoc#sect-boot-menu[The Boot Menu]) and append the following options to the end of the command line:
Boot the installation system and wait for the boot menu to appear. In the menu, edit boot options (see xref:install/Booting_the_Installation.adoc#sect-boot-menu[The Boot Menu]) and append the [option]#inst.vnc# option to the end of the command line.
boot/vnc-options.png
Choosing a VNC Installation Mode
Commands for using a VNC installation are also available in Kickstart installations. Using just the [command]#vnc# command will set up an installation using Direct Mode. Options are available to set up an installation using Connect Mode. For more information about the [command]#vnc# command and options used in Kickstart files, see xref:appendixes/Kickstart_Syntax_Reference.adoc#appe-kickstart-syntax-reference[Kickstart Syntax Reference].
Configure the PXE server to use the boot options for a connect mode VNC installation. For information on these boot options, see xref:VNC_Installations.adoc#sect-vnc-installations-connect-mode[Installing in VNC Connect Mode].
Connect Mode
Considerations for Headless Systems
Direct Mode
# dnf install package
Editing boot options to activate VNC
Follow the procedure for a VNC Installation using connect mode as described in the xref:VNC_Installations.adoc#proc-vnc-installations-connect-mode[Starting VNC in Connect Mode]. However, when directed to boot the system, boot it from the PXE server.
If the remote system running the VNC viewer is not allowed incoming connections by a firewall, then you must use Direct Mode, or disable the firewall. Disabling a firewall may have security implications.
If the system being installed is not allowed inbound connections by a firewall, then you must use Connect Mode or disable the firewall. Disabling a firewall may have security implications.