Installing on a Virtual Linux Server¶
If you want to install Getscreen.me on a virtual private server (VPS) and launch remote access on Linux, use the following recommendations.
Creating a user¶
First you need to access the VPS and create a user under whose name you are going to work. In our example, this is
Installation and setup¶
To let Getscreen.me work without an explicit (graphical) user login, create a virtual X11 server Xfce & Getscreen.me are to work on.
First install the Xvfb virtual server:
Next, create the file in
and describe the service:
A virtual screen with a resolution of 1440x900 or other values can be used for work.
Specify the following data to install the Xfce4 terminal emulator:
Next, create the service for launching the terminal:
with the following content:
Set up a username and a password to connect to an account:
Create the getscreen.me service:
and describe it:
Launching the services¶
To launch the services, perform:
sudo systemctl enable getscreen.me string automatically launches the service at the system startup.
To update the agent, create the script:
Set the following data in the script:
# delete update
rm -F getscreen.me.update
# download update
wget https://getscreen.me/download/getscreen.me -O
getscreen.me.update || exit 1
# stop service
sudo systemctl stop getscreen.me || exit 2
sudo cp getscreen.me.update /opt/getscreen.me/getscreen.me || exit 3
# start service
sudo systemctl start getscreen.me || exit 4
echo "getscreen have been updated"
Call the script to perform an update: