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Hi, are you using the latest version of the software on both server and client? Can you confirm the version of the Windows PC you are connecting to?
The connection logs can be sent directly to forum[at]nomachine[dot]com. Please use the title of this topic as the subject of your email. Thanks!
The red line would indicate that you are on a boat? 😀
We’ve reproduced the problem and opened a Trouble Report which you can track using the following link:January 13, 2021 at 16:01 in reply to: Dragging window very slow and random freezes on RPi4 #31258
Hi, RPi4 as a desktop client most likely is not the best choice. If you’re using it to run a Youtube video, for example, with Raspbian’s own Chromium, CPU usage can reach 100%. Whereas if you use a PC to connect, there are no issues whatsoever. We are planning to support GPU accelerated decoding on RPi in the future, so watch out for that.
Adding support for GPU accelerated H.264 hardware decoding on Raspberry devices
Possibly because something changed in Gnome on Ubuntu 20.04? If you Google, other users are having unlock issues without NoMachine.
What you need is NoMachine Network. This is an upcoming feature to help users with set-ups like yourself connect without having to know the IP address or when port-forwarding on the router is not possible.
Port-forwarding can be configured using the instructions here:
How to connect to NoMachine when the server is behind a NAT router or a firewall
Doesn’t sound like a problem directly related to NoMachine if I’ve understood what you’ve written. Submit screenshots of the behaviour so I can understand better. Is the remote Windows host you are connecting to headless?
The logs can be sent directly to forum[at]nomachine[dot]com.
“I’m being told that the Avid project must be made smaller to keep NoMachine working well” – who is “they”? 🙂
Indeed, how can a separate Avid server host affect NoMachine performance?
Is this the same environment as you wrote at the start? If so, I will split this as a new topic about black screen on Arch with KDE.January 11, 2021 at 10:28 in reply to: How to make work the camera IMX219-77IR on the jetson nano with NoMachine #31193
If the flickering has gone, then leave you’re NoMachine settings as they are 😉 You’re better off contacting the nvidia developer forums for the other issues.
how to switch automatically the mouse cursor from the ubuntu / jetson nano / os to the Windows 10 / NoMachine client OS and viceversa, automatically without to press a shortkey combinations of keys.
What do you mean? Have you enabled “Grab the mouse input”? If so, the only way to unblock the “grab” is by using the keyboard shortcuts, in this case Control+Alt+Click.
Sorry to hear that the problem persisted. We test our software on thousands of machines with thousands of different desktop environments and Linux versions, in their original factory settings, but of course we can’t guarantee that it will work on every computer out-of-the-box with the multitude of custom settings that our Linux users have configured. Next time, send us the logs from the affected computer.
The previous behaviour was that when I log in, it gives me remote access to the logged in session (same user).
And this is still the case. However, I’m not sure what version you are referring to and whether you were using the NoMachine for Linux free version or possible our legacy product NX Free Edition. If you’re interested in running virtual Linux desktop sessions, you should try the Workstation product from our For Enterprise range. Next time, what I strongly suggest is to be sure you removed all residuals of version 3 you had before, if any, and this extends to any NX derivatives you may have been using since these are not from NoMachine. We’ve seen NX installations from products using our open-source software failing to uninstall correctly and interfering every attempt of NoMachine to run on the same computer later.
Please update to the latest version on both client and server sides and tell us if you are still having issues with audio.January 7, 2021 at 13:36 in reply to: Connecting to GCP is slow and freezes after installing NoMachine #31170
I doubt this is related to NoMachine, nor Google Cloud, and that the problems are still there even without NoMachine installed! Given that you mention svchost.exe process memory becomes high which is known for causing similar memory problems, try checking this article: https://www.wintips.org/how-to-fix-svchost-exe-netsvcs-memory-leak-or-high-cpu-usage-problems/