Accessing your environment : SQLNet/OCI
If your environment was set up with Host networking as described in these pages then the host and guest VMs all have IP addresses in the 192.168.88.* subnet.
Your host machine (Windows or OSX) is accessible at 192.168.88.1.
Your VMs are assigned 192.168.88.10, 192.168.88.11, etc.
Run and X Windows Server on your HostFor Windows I usually install MobaXTerm. After install:
- Run MoxaXterm
- Settings -> Configuration
- Click the X11 tab
- Change the "X11 Remote Access" dropdown to "full"
- Answer Yes to restart X11 to enable configuration change
Install a test programI usually install one of the standard x utilities like xclock so I can show that XWindows is working.
vagrant ssh sudo yum install xclock
Run the test program
export DISPLAY=192.168.88.1:0 xclock &The xclock analog clock program will run on the VM but it will use the graphical console on your host PC to show GUI. Ctrl-C the process on the Guest VM or close the xclock window on the Host machine.