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  • Avatarbrotech
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    Hello Jeremy,

    im not sure, but maybe its enough to set limit for virtual sessions?
    Its available to set in server configuration file:

    #
    # Set the maximum number of concurrent virtual desktops.
    #
    #VirtualDesktopsLimit 20

    file: /usr/NX/etc/server.cfg
    set:

    VirtualDesktopsLimit 1

    in reply to: How to disable reconnection by same user #30196
    Avatarbrotech
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    Hello, I think it’s not possible. Connection owner has always rights to his own connection – and it’s important as a network connection can be interrupted.

    It seems like you are looking for a ‘guest’ feature which is already available. That way every connection is assigned to different user and the same nxplayer will be able to recognize sessions started by a specific ‘guest’.

    in reply to: Users can’t login in. Error: Not enough X resources #30069
    Avatarbrotech
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    Hello,
    Every session requires a set of free ports which are calculated based on DISPLAY. Increasing the display limit should increase the pool available and can avoid such problems as the on you are describing. Please, edit server.cfg (/usr/NX/etc) and set value for DisplayLimit key.

    No nxserver’s restart is required. New connections will use new value.

    For example:

    #
    # Set the maximum number of displays reserved for NX sessions.
    #
    DisplayLimit 400

    If such value as 400 is not enough, and there are still problems, maybe it’s worth checking what ports are in use and change the display range. Another useful key is DisplayBase.

    in reply to: ERROR: Not enough X resources to start another session #30068
    Avatarbrotech
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    Hello,

    please increase display limit in server configuration file. No nxserver’s restart is required. New connections should work just after save new value in server.cfg.
    For example:

    #
    # Set the maximum number of displays reserved for NX sessions.
    #
    DisplayLimit 400

    in reply to: Multiple icons showing up in systray #29603
    Avatarbrotech
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    Hello Zardoc,
    you send logs of nxclient – .nx from userhome which is not enough to find a reason of problem appearing on your host,
    please send to us logs of nxserver of the affected computer, the procedure and paths are here:

    https://www.nomachine.com/DT10O00163
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    Avatarbrotech
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    Hello,

    it should be noted that this ‘create display’ feature should be intended as a fallback for those cases when it is not possible to detect a graphical session running on the server.
    Having a Desktop Manager installed and running correctly should make this fallback unnecessary.

    As for the “Always create a new display on this server” checkbox, we agreed that such choice should be remembered on client side (and for the specific user) without causing any modification
    of the cfg file on the server. Related FR: https://www.nomachine.com/FR09R04022

    in reply to: Session Negotiation Failed/Cannot create a new display #29370
    Avatarbrotech
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    Hello,
    there is an article about that kind of problem:

    https://www.nomachine.com/AR08N00898
    How to solve ‘session negotiation failed, application terminated prematurely’

    If you’re still having issues, install ‘xterm’ and run it as desktop command (instead of gnome-session).
    Then from such xterm try to run your environment command, and you should see errors or warnimg.

    /b

    Avatarbrotech
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    Hello,
    there is also in node configuration file
    /usr/NX/etc/node.cfg
    a key:

    #
    # Specify hostname for the NoMachine node.
    #
    NodeName testname

    please set here something short and it will be used instead of long domain name.

    Regards

    Avatarbrotech
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    Hello,

    this seems to be SSH limitation rather then NX, anyway You can change #UserNXDirectoryPath in node configuration file and this way shorten path a little.

    in reply to: Nxnode, nxserver services disabled #28663
    Avatarbrotech
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    Hello Aubert,
    there is article explaining what ‘disabled nxnode service’ means:

    https://www.nomachine.com/AR07Q01037
    When is the nxnode service disabled on Linux?

    I hope it helps

    Regards

    Avatarbrotech
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    Hello,
    the url to download recent package has been changed, now it is:

    https://www.nomachine.com/free/linux/64/deb
    

    Replaced ‘download’ by ‘www’. So, full command now is:

    wget https://www.nomachine.com/free/linux/64/deb -O nomachine.deb
    
    in reply to: Unable to connect after some amount of time #28638
    Avatarbrotech
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    Hello,
    seems that are some problems with correct handling of the Fedora 32 Login Window.

    The workaround should be to set in /usr/NX/etc/server.cfg:
    PhysicalDesktopAuthorization 0

    It disables asking for access to the desktop, so use only if there is no other user on that host which should access the desktop.

    And the second thing is that switch doesn’t work correctly after login/logout to desktop
    so you need to disconnect and connect again.

    Avatarbrotech
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    Hello am312,
    currently, NX doesn’t require Internet access to confirm the license.

    in reply to: Password required for private key connection #28560
    Avatarbrotech
    Participant

    Hello,
    yes it should work without additional methods.

    Can you please enable debug on server side, restart nxserver then reproduce issue, collect logs and send as mail attachment to address forum (at) nomachine.com with title
    “password-required-for-private-key-connection”

    Detailed instructions about collecting logs on both side(client and server)
    are available here:
    https://www.nomachine.com/AR10K00697 (for server side logs)
    and https://www.nomachine.com/DT10O00163#2 (client side).

    Regards

    Avatarbrotech
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    Hello,

    if I understood correctly, you are trying connect to ‘clients’, when client means only nxplayer.

    What have you installed on the Mac hosts that you want to connect?

    You should have Enterprise Desktop installed in order to share the desktop. You can add them to the Cloud Server using the command:

    /etc/NX/nxserver --serveradd hostname

    executed on Cloud Server as administrator or through sudo.

    After that students should see a list of available desktops in Cloud Server. If you would like assign a student to a particular ED host, without the need for them to select the host itself, You can use:

    /etc/NX/nxserver --useredit student_username --forward-connection ed_host:4000

    Regards

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