This section describes how to launch and connect to ParrotOS Linux in a Google Compute environment using the available Cloud Launcher offering.
It will take you to the agreement page. On this page, you can change the project from the project selector on top navigator bar as shown in the below screenshot.
Accept the Terms and agreements by ticking the checkbox and clicking on the AGREE button.
It will show you the successfully agreed popup page. Click on Deploy.
Select a zone where you want to launch the VM(such as us-east1-)
Optionally change the number of cores and amount of memory. (This defaults to 1 vCPUs and 3.75GB ram.)
Optionally change the boot disk type and size. (This defaults to “Standard Persistent Disk” and 35 GB respectively)
Optionally change the network name and subnetwork names. Be sure that whichever network you specify has ports 22 (for ssh) and 5900 (for RDP) exposed.
Click Deploy when you are done. ParrotOS Linux VM will begin deploying.
A summary page displays when the compute engine is successfully deployed. Click on the Instance link to go to the instance page .
On the instance page, click on the “SSH” button, select “Open in browser window”.
sudo docker exec -it parrotos /bin/bash
sudo docker start parrotos
Note: : If you don’t have VNC installed on your Windows machine, first Install VNC Viewer as per your device.
Note: : If you don’t have Remmina installed on your Linux machine, first Install Remmina as per your linux distribution.
Once passwd for root user is set, re-login with root user and new password. -
Now your are connected to out of box ParrotOS Linux environment which comes with preinstalled ParrotOS programs.