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Can you verify if you did correctly enable IPv6 on the Windows XP?June 11, 2022 at 11:00 in reply to: New version of Manjaro GNOME not compatible with NoMachine #38840
I am glad that you solved the problem.June 9, 2022 at 10:43 in reply to: New version of Manjaro GNOME not compatible with NoMachine #38829
Sorry for the delay. Can you explain further what you mean with ‘I had a little progress’? As far as we know, with that extension, everything should work even after logging out from the desktop.
That said, even without the extension, NoMachine should work by using an alternative method to capture the screen. We found a bug in this method that affects your case and it will be fixed in the next NoMachine version.May 18, 2022 at 12:51 in reply to: New version of Manjaro GNOME not compatible with NoMachine #38654
if you are using Wayland, can you try to disable it?May 17, 2022 at 16:09 in reply to: New version of Manjaro GNOME not compatible with NoMachine #38647
Can you tell me if you have problem with lock screen when using physical or virtual desktop?May 10, 2022 at 15:59 in reply to: Run script after connection and after disconnection #38590
Please just add your scripts in the node.cfg file, and it will be executed with current logged user.April 29, 2022 at 21:24 in reply to: Run script after connection and after disconnection #38470
Please check following link for the additional information about possibility and how to run scripts:
Probably when you did select/ click NoMachine shutdown, you selected “Do not run NoMachine service at the next startup”, and now NoMachine is set to not start automatically after reboot.
after connecting to the machine use command to startup nomachine and to enable automatic startup.
sudo /etc/NX/nxserver --startmode automatic sudo /etc/NX/nxserver --startup
More information about start mode you can find here AR04L00800 – Disabling the automatic start-up of NoMachine at boot time
If you are connecting to a host where NoMachine is set to create display, please use currently possible workaround to restrict resize of the display, by setting following key in the server.cfg
I have just tested and following this, we will limit NoMachine to use ONLY xfce4 on the requested node
On the node “node002.mynet.local”, please update keys in the node.cfg with:
AvailableSessionTypes unix-xsession-default DefaultDesktopCommand /usr/bin/startxfce4
then on the Enterprise terminal server execute
nxserver --nodeupdate node002.mynet.local:4000
in the nodeupdate command you will see output with
NX> 187 Session types available on node: unix-xsession-default
unix-xsession-default listed there means that on that specific node, only DefaultDesktopCommand /usr/bin/startxfce4 session will be started.
If this still does not work, send us your output of the command
--nodelist, output of the command
--nodeupdateafter editing node.cfg file, and node.cfg file from the requested node.
Please note this that if you have automatic node selection, sessions will be started possibly on the node where gnome is enabled.
In case you want to disable automatic node selection, please check following document: DT11R00178 – NoMachine Enterprise Terminal Server – Installation and Configuration Guide.
Please apply requested change in the node.cfg file on the required Terminal Server Node that you want to allow only Xfce4 session.
Please set in the server.cfg and node.cfg
and in node.cfg edit DefaultDesktopCommand.
What I see this is security feature of Little Snitch.
If you do need remote access Little Snitch, you have to enable the “Allow GUI Scripting access to Little Snitch” option in Little Snitch Configuration > Preferences > Security.February 18, 2022 at 09:45 in reply to: Mac client cannot use copy and paste text to NoMachine Linux #37617
NoMachine remote connection behaves as the local keyboard was directly attached to the server. Due to that, since you need to press Ctrl+C to copy on Linux, you have to press Control+C also when connecting remotely from the mac.
There is an open feature request that will cover that problem when it is implemented FR10M02977 – Provide an interface enabling user to configure modifier keys
I did not check startup scripts for the Linux Mint that loads correct theme on physical desktop. NoMachine starts command you mentioned in your post. I can recommend workaround that possibly you can use.
– Remove existing xfce settings for that user that has loaded standard xfce desktop.
rm -rf ~/.config/xfce4or
rm -rf /home/user/.config.xfce4
– log to the desktop with user physically or using NoMachine physical session
– then logout
– Create virtual desktop session