Free Debian Linux 10 RDP | Google Compute Engine | 16 GB RAM using Google Cloud Shell

You can get a Free RDP that will have A Quad-core CPU with 16GB RAM. which will look something like this

As you can tell by looking at the picture above, we will use cloud shell for this.


1. A Google account.

2. A device like phone or laptop or something.

3. patience.

Video Tutorial - Free Debian Linux RDP using Cloud Shell - 16GB RAM


2. A terminal will pop up. see the image below.

3. Now you have to execute some commands in the terminal you opened in step 2.

4. sudo apt-get update

5. sudo apt-get install xfce4 xfce4-terminal To install xfce4 desktop enviroment.

7. Click on begin.

8. Copy the second link on that page.

9. Now you have to execute some more commands on the terminal you opened on step 2.

10. wget <the_link_you_copied

11. sudo dpkg -i chrome* [This will fail! but don’t worry it will be fixed in next step]

12. sudo apt-get install -f this will fix the CRDP installation.

13. Click Next in the page you opened in step 6.

14. Click on Authorize.

15. Choose an account.

16. Copy the third code on that page.

17. Paste the code on cloud-shell terminal.

18. It will ask for a pin, enter anything like 123456.

19. Now Click on Remote access.

20. Click on your session.

21. It will ask for password, enter the password you created in step 18.

22. Then a window will popup, choose xfce and click ok.

23. Xfce4 will open, Click on default panel and you’re ready to go.

### Note

1. Server will only work as long as the cloud shell terminal is opened , (install chrome on rdp and open the shell terminal there to fix).

2. Server will only work 50 hours/week, so get 2-3 google accounts if you want to always use it.

3. If you restarted the server, you need to do all the steps again.

To Install Brave Browser Copy below Termial Command and Paste in Cloud Shell (One by One):

sudo apt install apt-transport-https curl

sudo curl -fsSLo /usr/share/keyrings/brave-browser-archive-keyring.gpg

echo “deb [signed-by=/usr/share/keyrings/brave-browser-archive-keyring.gpg arch=amd64] stable main”|sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/brave-browser-release.list

sudo apt update

Credits : TheHamkerCaT


Everything is fine but Chrome browser getting Error code: SIGILL
Can you help me to solve it.

Thank you

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true i am also getting same

Getting segmentation error while installing brave and chrome browser, pls help

After Completing Above Steps Use Below Commands in Cloud Shell:

sudo apt update

sudo apt upgrade

sudo wget

sudo apt install ./google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb

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Thanks. It works. I used Brave browser for setup.

help please i did all the steps and this is the final message

Use a dummy google account for this. There’s a high chance your account will get flagged, that may result into a ban.

u can do same thg in collab


please, sir, have you encountered this problem or it is just me?

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Hi all
First thanks for sharing
But I would like to check this is same than I already saw here post by @TheStrength:
How To Get A Free RDP From Google (No CC / No Bullshit)


This is Simiar one. Bcz Alok acc rmved or got Flagged yu cant use that anymore . if you want like that one you can use this in colab

! wget &> /dev/null
! chmod +x
! ./

but i am facing terminal execution error .

Which one is this??? Colab??? If its above mentioned colab method by @FlashyFlash , wait for Fix

Colab RDP Starting Issue

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a question…would be possible mining or you will be banned?

I always encounter a problem with this at the very end when I have to enter a pin number [6 digits]. When I get to that point I cannot enter the pin number with my keyboard, or with the windows keyboard. What is this problem?

i never tried that. If you want try with dummy account

You cant see it bcz , thats how linux works. just enter 6-digit number and press Enter. Refer-
Why is the password I entered not visible?

Yeah, im also used this one last mnth. its good .

got an error too

Segmentation fault

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