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  • in reply to: Error is 111: Connection refused #3081
    Avatarcperry
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    Can you ssh to the ubuntu machine? What protocol did you configure the nxclient to use — NX or SSH?

    in reply to: nomachine portal server on centos6 #513
    Avatarcperry
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    This works. Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    in reply to: nomachine portal server on centos6 #478
    Avatarcperry
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    Hi,
    This is a standalone host.I did bump up the logs a few days ago, but don’t see anything too relevant. Here is how my portal.cfg is configured.
    To give you an idea of what’s going on, you can login and create a desktop here as my test user:
    https://rce-nx4-alpha.hmdc.harvard.edu:4443/
    user: nxtest
    pw: letmein12#$

    This is my portal.cfg file — the only thing I added was the http line.
    [root@rce-nx4-alpha log]# grep -A5 ServerHost /usr/NX/etc/portal.cfg
    ServerHost localhost
    ConnectionMethod NX http
    ConnectionPort 4000
    ServerPath /etc/NX/nxserver

    I really appreciate this. It’s the only thing holding us back from rolling this out beyond evaluation.
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    [root@rce-nx4-

    in reply to: nomachine portal server on centos6 #444
    Avatarcperry
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    Yes, this is what I find a little odd, is that by creating a session on through the web interface (it always says Default Connection) , I get a gnome desktop, open a text editor and type a word, then close my browser, and I can’t seem to connect again.

    I have attached server, node, and htd.cfg files if there’s anything you can think for me to change to make this behavior work for us.

    I wonder if this has something to do with me using an evaluation license. any help is greatly appreciated.

    • This reply was modified 6 years, 12 months ago by Avatarcperry.
    in reply to: nomachine portal server on centos6 #442
    Avatarcperry
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    I read through your article, thanks for the link. What we’d like to do, is the following:
    1) a user connects to the portal server, and creates their own desktop
    2) they then can reconnect to this session after disconnecting.

    This is what they have been doing with nx3, and it seems as though nx4 through the web interface does not preserver a users session after creating a desktop. Is it possible to have your session or gnome desktop that you create preserved?

    in reply to: can't unlock nx4 session with capital letter in password #400
    Avatarcperry
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    Solution: we wrote a setKeymap scipt that uses xmodmap to do the keyboard mappings for mac and pc. if you need the script (it’s long), email me cperry at hmdc.harvard.edu

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