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Have you tried with a different client OS connecting to the Mac? What’s the result?
We received the logs. We need you to test whether Apple Audio Core is working properly.
You can do this by trying to record audio by using another application, for example QuickTime Player:
1. Connect to this mac via NoMachine.
2. Play some audio (music for example).
3. Run “QuickTime Player” and choose File -> New Audio Recording.
4. In the recorder, click the Options pop-up menu and select “NoMachine Audio Adapter”.
5. Now you should see volume slider moving around (while playing some audio).
6. Try to record audio for a few seconds, save it as a file and then play it on a different machine.
Let us know result of this test. Are you able to here audio of the recorded file?June 3, 2020 at 09:44 in reply to: Can’t enable debug, error is Invalid command: ‘-debug’ #27943
Please check you are using the following
$ sudo /etc/NX/nxserver --debug --collectJune 3, 2020 at 09:16 in reply to: Can’t enable debug, error is Invalid command: ‘-debug’ #27940
Your question will be forked to avoid confusion.
We still haven’t received them via email. Could it be that you are sending from a domain that is banned because of excessive spam? Or maybe your mail server is blocking your email from leaving? We’ll download them from the link in any case.
Apologies, I thought I had left a message here saying no logs had been received. Please submit them again. You could also try attaching them here if they are not too big.
So video is fine but audio is out of sync?
Please activate “Disable frame buffering on decoding” in Display Settings and let us know if this changes something in the delay.
To do that:
– open the !M menu inside the session by ctrl+alt+0 or click on the page peel in the upper right corner of the window.
– access the Display ->Change settings panel
– check option “Disable frame buffering on decoding”
What is the application you are using when you experience out-of-sync audio? Does it happen in other applications? E.g if you open the browser and go to youtube, is playing a video still out of sync?
What version of NoMachine have you installed on the client?
What version of NoMachine have you installed on the server-side?
Is the Ubuntu headless?
What are the steps to reproduce the strange behaviour?
Logs were requested in a similar topic (https://forums.nomachine.com/topic/no-mouse-clicks-or-keyboard-input-headless-ubuntu-20-04). Follow the links and instructions there.May 28, 2020 at 14:01 in reply to: Blank white screen upon connecting to host in Windows 10 #27827
A similar topic is available here https://forums.nomachine.com/topic/white-screen-on-login-screen-2 where there are possible workarounds are discussed.
The cause is a bug in GDM because the login screen is launched along with a new dbus session daemon.
Here is the Trouble Report:
Sharing the physical screen fails because of incorrect dbus settings
Thanks for letting us know.
this is a known issue. Please follow the link:
Redundant nx and nxhtd accounts are added to the list of hidden users each time the NoMachine server is installed and not removed during uninstallation on Mac
You can find there the command to use to remove the redundant entries.
It appears to be related to this:
Audio and disk sharing stop working after automatic updates to v. 6.10.12
Uninstalling and reinstalling should solve it.
Everyone, please refer to:
Green screen when connecting by NoMachine client for Windows v. 6.10.12 to high resolution monitors
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