NoMachine for Bullseye – RPI 4 8GB

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  • #36638
    JayS_PA
    Participant

    Hello..

    I am totally new to NoMachine so anxious to try things.  I have Buster 32 bit images running on the 8GB RPIs..  I also have 64 bit Ubuntu and Debian (Beta) running..  I know I can set things up on Buster, but wondering if there’s support on the Debian side for either 32 or 64 bit Bullseye?  I don’t think I saw anything in the download/build instructions..

    Thanks
    Jay S.

    #36651
    Britgirl
    Keymaster

    Hi, welcome 🙂

    The instructions are the same for Raspberry Pi4 running (Broadcom BCM2711) Raspbian 10 (Buster), Ubuntu 20.04 (Focal Fossa). I have updated the article about RPi here: https://knowledgebase.nomachine.com/AR07N00896

    The instructions for installing are the same as for Buster. We are not aware of any issues with Bullseye from our initial tests. Let us know how you get on 🙂

    #36652
    JayS_PA
    Participant

    Thanks.. I will give it a go..  Does NoMachine support accessing two RPIs simultaneously over ethernet cable to a Macbook Pro (all connected to the same switch).  The goal is to have an RPI at each of two mounts coming back to a central location and being able to monitor both from a display connected to the Macbook Pro…

    Again thank you!!!

    Jay S.

    #36718
    Britgirl
    Keymaster

    The free version of NoMachine, installed on the computer you are connecting to, allows one connection. To connect to the remote computer, you can install any of the following on your local devices: NoMachine, Enterprise Client, the NoMachine app for mobile. If you try to run two connections from different client devices to the same RPi where you have installed the NoMachine free edition, it won’t be possible. However, since you have two separate RPIs, each one with their own NoMachine installation, running one connection on each of them at the same time from the same connecting client will be possible. What is counted (on the server side) are the permitted connections running on the machine you are connecting to.

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