NoMachine Service 4 on CentOS, multiple VNC sessions

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  • #2450
    Avatarunique
    Participant

    I guess NoMachine service uses VNC to share remote desktop.

    I am using CentOS, KDE and Tiger VNC with NoMachine 4 (latest version).

    I have configured 2 VNC sessions (servers) for different accounts (previously I used VNC with SSH tunnel without NoMachine).

    VNC session bound to different ports 5901, 5902.

    I’m connecting from Windows to that NoMachine running on CentOS. How to select which VNC session should be used to connect through NoMachine?

     

    Thanks

    Maxim

    #2558
    AvatarBritgirl
    Keymaster

    NoMachine doesn’t use VNC or Xvnc to share the session. It uses its own system. There is a way to create a NX session as a connection to a remote VNC server, but this is not what you are looking for.

    Normally NoMachine remotes the display :0. You can change the display to your Xvnc display as explained in this article (which uses Xfvb as an example) https://www.nomachine.com/AR10K00710.
    To set which display will be shared with change the node.cfg key: #DisplayDefault :0

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