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I uninstalled NoMachine and then installed version 6.8.2 and I connect now to the server.
I installed the NoMachine 6.8.2 for Mac. After trying to connect with a NoMachine client the message was that no session was available. I rebooted the Mac and now when I connect to NoMachine, I am getting a black screen with a small cursor. I cannot type any keys to login or look at the screen.
The NoMachine 6.8.1 patch worked fine for me.
The good news is that I can connect now to my remote Mac using NoMachine with the workaround. However, the audio is not working yet. (The option “enable audio streaming and microphone forwarding” is ON.)
I have the same problem. I get a single window open and I cannot click or type any keyboard key. The Mac login prompt does not show up.
I reinstalled again NoMachine 6.2.4 on my iMac running MacOS Mojave, and I can login now without problem.
I am also getting a black screen with the official release of MacOS Sierra. I am not getting the “username and password” prompt.
I am still having the same problem (OS X El Capitan 10.11.2). I not running a Beta version.
Hi, I have the same problem. I am using El Capitan and I installed NoMachine version: 5.0.53_1 . NoMachine does not display the GUI. After doing a Force Quit some of the NoMachine processes are still running in the background and they are creating a huge amount of core files. My primary disk got full with them. The only solution so far is to “sudo kill -9 ….” and then remove all the /cores/cor*
I use the following command to identify the program creating the core files:
sudo fs_usage -w | grep core