How can i play clash of clans?

May 31, 2015 884 views
Linux Basics FAQ CentOS

Hey guys,

I buy vps for playing clash of clans. But i cant connect my vps. (I can connect windows server vps in my other vps but now in centos 7 i cant connect remote desktop)

In digitalocean can i create windows server?

Thanks.

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  • We do not currently provide a Windows OS option. Our OS options do not include a GUI desktop environment by default since in most cases this is not needed for our users using droplets as servers. This guide will walk you through setting up a remotely accessible Gnome Desktop on your CentOS droplet.

    From there, if the game you are looking to play is available for Windows on the desktop you may be able to run it with wine. If it is not, then you could likely set up the Android SDK and emulator in order to emulate an Android device. The second option will likely require a decent amount of RAM be available.

    VNC or Virtual Network Computing is a platform-independent protocol that enables users to connect to a remote computer system and use its resources from a Graphical User Interface (GUI). It's like remote controlling an application: the client computer's keystrokes or mouse clicks are transmitted over the network to the remote computer. VNC also allows clipboard sharing between both computers. This tutorial covers remote access to a GNOME desktop for two users.
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This question was answered by @ryanpq:

We do not currently provide a Windows OS option. Our OS options do not include a GUI desktop environment by default since in most cases this is not needed for our users using droplets as servers. This guide will walk you through setting up a remotely accessible Gnome Desktop on your CentOS droplet.

From there, if the game you are looking to play is available for Windows on the desktop you may be able to run it with wine. If it is not, then you could likely set up the Android SDK and emulator in order to emulate an Android device. The second option will likely require a decent amount of RAM be available.

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VNC or Virtual Network Computing is a platform-independent protocol that enables users to connect to a remote computer system and use its resources from a Graphical User Interface (GUI). It's like remote controlling an application: the client computer's keystrokes or mouse clicks are transmitted over the network to the remote computer. VNC also allows clipboard sharing between both computers. This tutorial covers remote access to a GNOME desktop for two users.
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