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This might have been the Linux distro MX Linux.
I have now installed Linux Lite and so far I have had zero issues.
Thanks for all the help!!
I will try that! Thanks
Ok, so I left NoMachine running in the background, still connected to the Linux machine.
The response is now super slow. I click on the “start up” button and it takes 5 secs to respond (see the animation of the button being pressed and the menu showing up).
I have attached a screenshot of htop.
So I just booted up my machine, started htop and then connected via NoMachine, I have attached a screenshot of htop.
It’s not a huge spike but it seems to be hitting all cores.
Not sure if this is good or bad, to be honest, but I’ll be monitoring this.
Thank you for the advice.
It is the latest version of MX and also of NoMachine.
It does work very well initially but after maybe 10m or 15m the quality of the connection degrades immensely.
I don’t think there is any issue with the network because I am also using remote desktop to connect to another windows machine on the same network, and that connection is always solid.
The Linux machine does have a monitor attached and I use the machine directly there are no issues. I experienced this issue with other remote desktop clients for Linux, this is why I am unsure if this is something to do with Linux or the protocol that is being used.
What is funny is how well everything works in the beginning but then just degrades.