I probably should have made it clear that I have in mind regular
installs, not virtual machines.
--- "Daniel P. Berrange" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 12, 2008 at 11:43:06AM -0800, Michael Harrison wrote:
> > I'd like to be able to watch the installation display during the
> > initial configuring / testing / debugging cycle of kickstarts and
> > templates and whatnot. What is the recommended way of configuring
> > for this purpose?
> > /var/lib/cobbler/settings has a kernel_options stanza which seems
> > logical place for it. Is the 'text' variable meant for arbitrary
> > to be passed to the kernel, so vnc options could be added there?
> You don't really want to use the guest OS installer's VNC options.
> KVM or Xen guests have ability to setup a graphical display an expose
> that securely as a VNC server. So whether the guest is Linux, or
> or something else you can access it via VNC. A regular VNC viewer is
> one option, but if you want secure access use simple 'virt-viewer'
> or the full blown 'virt-manager' app. I can't remember what the
> option for turning on VNC is, but I'm sure someone will point it out
> its not in the man page...
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