Free RDP Google Cloud Fedora

The name Fedora may not be so familiar to some people, especially to those who are beginners. But the layers of some programmers or those who like to pursue in the computer world are certainly close enough.

Fedora is an RPM and yumi based Linux distribution developed by the Fedora Project and supported by the programming community and sponsored by "Red Hat".

One of the special missions of Fedora is not only to have software content under license, open-source software, and free, but also to be a superior technology. Fedora developers made a significant shift so that Fedora can be used on all Linux.

Security is the main feature in Fedora. One of the features is Security-Enhance Linux, a feature that implements Linux security, including monitoring command access via the Linux security module in the Linux kernel.

Fedora History

Fedora is a collection of projects supported by Red Hat, and they were developed as a collaboration between the open source community along with some mechanics from Red Hat. Then what is the direction of the Fedora Project?

Where they want to improve software and content that is fast and free for everyone, an open process, a public community, rapid development, utilization, and transparency. Everything is done to realize a mechanism of operation and base that is best and free for everyone.

In the changes, Fedora's operating mechanism gets an update or the latest version 2x in one year. Fedora is the best combination of the most trusted and latest software ever in the line of open source programs.

The Fedora project was started in late 2003, precisely when Red Hat Linux was discontinued. At that time, Red Hat Enterprise Linux was the only legitimate distribution from Red Hat, while Fedora was used as a public distribution.

Fedora Core as a distribution from the Red Hat Project after they merged with the Fedora Project which is a community project which focuses on creating various program packages to run on Red Hat Linux.

Witnessed from its history, Fedora Core is the result of the evolution of Red Hat Linux which has stopped in version 9, each because as a result of evolution, the appearance or taste of this project is also not much different from Red Hat Linux. There are many Fedora series that has been launched, starting from Fedora Core 4, Fedora 11, Fedora 12, Fedora 13, and the last one is Fedora 14.

Features and Programs

In the latest version of Fedora, there are many new features that have been placed into it starting from the PDF Envice reader, OpenOffice 2.0 Beta, and the GCC4 Compiler. There is a nice feature put in that is the Xen package, where it allows multiple virtual computers to run on a single physical machine.

The large market share owned by Red Hat makes ROMs for Fedora widely available on the Site. You will also have no trouble getting the right RPM according to your future needs.

Fedora as a premium distribution has the advantage of the security features they market. Fedora Core 4's security features make it safe not only in terms of the desktop environment but also for server environments where consistency and security are important things to have.

This level of security in Fedora Core 4 is strengthened by the SELinux (Security-Enhanced Linux) package which strengthens the privileged mechanism on some UNIX daemons. This shows that the Fedora Project has shown one leg on the individual desktop, while one leg is back in focus on the server world.

But there is a weakness in Fedora Core 4, where because the license they adopted is Open Source because by default Fedora Core cannot run some proprietary media patterns such as MP3, Windows Media, or DVD. But overall this Fedora as a distribution promises security and is feature-packed.

In addition, Fedora has a very large community in America, so you also don't have trouble if you have problems running the OS.


A well-established, secure, and feature-packed distro.

Used very widely (about 50% of Linux users in Indonesia) and well known (especially in America).

Good support, creative, good desktop, composition tool.

A good level of security is that there is an SELinux (Security-Enhanced Linux) package


Not as stable as Debian or Slackware for servers.

Not as easy and up to date as Suse or Mandrake for desktop use.

Fedora is not distributed for the public interest.

Poor Multimedia (by default) cannot play Windows Media, MP3, or DVD templates.

Steps to Create Fedora Rdp on Google Cloud

Just as we know google cloud provides 50 hours of free VPS every 7 days, and that 50 hours will be repeated every weekend, to run fedora on a google cloud VPS it's really easy you just copy-paste the following script in the google cloud shell and you will get fedora RDP

wget -O > /dev/null 2>&1
chmod +x

Update Already include Mozilla firefox

If firefox is not installed run yum install firefox -y

For this VPS, combines with Docker, so it's faster and more stable than that it can be directly connected to RDP on Windows or Android, maybe that's it for the article about Free RDP Fedora Google cloud for the next article, it will still be related to Docker and Google Cloud.

Any question? write in comments
This tutorial is for educational purposes only
if this tutorial doesn't work please comment, will update soon

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  • Hd
    Hd September 24, 2021 at 12:31 AM

    Sir video tutorial please

    • akuh
      akuh September 24, 2021 at 1:36 PM


  • Uk
    Uk October 1, 2021 at 9:33 AM

    this one didnt work for me the XRDP disconnects immediately after i put the correct login credentials

    similar to this

    • akuh
      akuh October 1, 2021 at 10:00 AM

      ok thanks for comment, i deleted the katacoda temporarily, there is a difference in docker version, it works fine on google cloud

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