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  • in reply to: Exporting USB device with Wayland disabled ? #28753
    AvatarDawid.G
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    Hi,

    NoMachine has a feature that automatically changes the server resolution to match the client.

    In order to turn it off, you may go to the “Display settings” in Menu Panel -> Display -> Change settings and uncheck the “Match the client resolution upon connecting” option.

    After reconnecting everything should work fine.

    in reply to: Loading of nxusb.ko failed #28068
    AvatarDawid.G
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    Hello,

    We were not able to reproduce your issue with the configuration you provided.

    Looking by the dmesg output seems like it may be something wrong with your VM or system configuration, rather than nxusb driver.

    Make sure USB controller on your machine works properly.

     

    in reply to: Wacom sticky click in OS X #27389
    AvatarDawid.G
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    Hello,

    NoMachine USB Service performance is highly dependent on connection speed between the two machines. Make sure that your internet connection does not have much latency. For example, if you’re using wifi, you might consider switching to cable connection.

    in reply to: Linux Wacom support #26602
    AvatarDawid.G
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    You can check the “Disable frame buffering on decoding” option in the Display settings. It should improve performance.

    Btw, what did you mean by saying that “Image latency is correct”? Could you elaborate on this?

     

    Thanks

    in reply to: Linux Wacom support #26504
    AvatarDawid.G
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    Could you tell us what’s the exact model of your Wacom tablet? It’d be very helpful for us.

    Thanks in advance

    in reply to: Linux Wacom support #26203
    AvatarDawid.G
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    Hello,

    In order to achieve this, you need to connect the Graphics tablet via NoMachine USB Service during the session.

    This is how to do it: https://www.nomachine.com/DT10O00156#4.3

     

    in reply to: Can’t uninstall nxUSB driver #16144
    AvatarDawid.G
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    Did you try something like this:

    1. Uninstall NoMachine

    2. Reboot the machine

    3. Check if “NoMachine USB Host Adapter” appears in device manager. If so, uninstall it.

    4. Unregister “NoMachine USB Hub Filter”. To do that, you need to:
    a) Open Windows registry: Menu start -> run -> regedit
    b) Find the following registry key in the tree on the left:
    “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{36fc9e60-c465-11cf-8056-444553540000}”
    c) Find UPPERFILTERS variable on the right side.
    Note: it should contain list of registered filters, but maybe it’s empty if no filter is registered.
    Edit UPPERFILTERS variable and remove entries containing nx prefix (e.g. “nxusbf”) if they exist.

    5. Reboot the machine

    Regards.

    AvatarDawid.G
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    Hello,

    This issue is probably related with registering filters in registry. To resolve this I would suggest to follow those steps:

    1. Uninstall NoMachine

    2. Reboot the machine

    3. Check if “NoMachine USB Host Adapter” appears in device manager. If so, uninstall it.

    4. Unregister “NoMachine USB Hub Filter”. To do that, you need to:

    a) Open Windows registry: Menu start -> run -> regedit

    b) Find the following registry key in the tree on the left:

    “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{36fc9e60-c465-11cf-8056-444553540000}”

    c) Find UPPERFILTERS variable on the right side.

    Note: it should contain list of registered filters, but maybe it’s empty if no filter is registered.

    Edit UPPERFILTERS variable and remove entries containing nx prefix (e.g. “nxusbf”) if they exist.

    5. Reboot the machine

    6. Install NoMachine

     

    I hope this will help you.

    Regards.

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