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November 4, 2014 at 09:52 in reply to: Mouse pointer no longer switching to a "finger" pointer over a button #5280
tunneling through putty (ssh)
Client Machine (Work):
NoMachine 4.3.30 (free)
Server Machine (Home):
OS X Yosemite
NoMachine 4.3.30 (free)October 30, 2014 at 18:08 in reply to: How can I force session limit to 1 in free NX version 4 #5252
The latest update, 4.3.30 seemed to fix this issueOctober 22, 2014 at 11:43 in reply to: How can I force session limit to 1 in free NX version 4 #5101
Actually I think these orphaned sessions are a symptom of the main problem which is freezing (and sometimes black screens)
I typically have to log in with vnc turn “off” then “on” nomachine before i can reconnect (because hitting “disconnect” doesn’t end the session(s) )
I will email my log files.January 22, 2014 at 14:58 in reply to: NoMachine freezing intermittently when connected to Mavericks PC #1788
I still have the same problem even with the latest versions. I believe i emailed the logs (i am using the debug version). Pretty frustrating though, id take general slow movement over freeze and unfreeze movement any day.
One thing i have noticed is that restarting my home machine relieves the behavior for a while. I also noticed i get the same freeze behavior connecting from other locations directly (without the ssh forwarding)December 18, 2013 at 20:31 in reply to: NoMachine freezing intermittently when connected to Mavericks PC #1369
Yes, i did notice it works fine for a while but once it starts, it goes on for the whole work day.
I am interested! Nomachine is the only consistent solution i have had through the years.December 3, 2013 at 18:46 in reply to: NoMachine freezing intermittently when connected to Mavericks PC #1115November 22, 2013 at 20:29 in reply to: NoMachine freezing intermittently when connected to Mavericks PC #919
This is the stats immediately after a freezing had occurred. I have attached the log file to this post.
I turned off UDP and no difference. The freezes actually seem longer.