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Hello. Should it happen again, please take notice of the result of the following command:
xprop -root | grep XKB
Hello, would you try latest version (6.11.2)?June 24, 2020 at 16:34 in reply to: White/black/transparent screens on certain apps Windows 10 #28273
Try to uncheck “Use acceleration for display processing” in NoMachine server settings.
cfilipescu: it looks your sudo command returns CRLF as line terminator. That would be a problem, by the way future versions will address it. It is unusual that commands on Unix systems do that, I’m curious: how is it set up?
OK. Should it happen again, please take note of the expected symbol/behavior and the actual wrong symbol/behavior for the affected keys.
Are you using Linux to connect to Windows?
Would you describe how the keyboard is mapped wrong?
In any case, NoMachine does not change the keyboard layout of the server when sharing the desktop.
May I send a debugging version of a server component? Would you try it?
When running sudo -l the following is present:
User may run the following commands on :
Hello, what about these:
grep sudoers /etc/nsswitch.conf
sudo -l -U myusername(in a root shell)
Please compare if they differ:
sudo -lusing a shell owned by your user
- Running `sudo -l -U “myusername”
Report the output of commands:
- authselect current
- grep sudoers /etc/nsswitch.conf
Hello, could you check the result of command
sudo -lwith your admin non-root user?
Would you search for errors in /usr/NX/var/log/nxerror.log and $HOME/.nx/*/session ?
What do you get running
sudo -lwith your user? You should get something like
User xxxxxx may run the following commands on yyyyyy:
Is there any error logged in /usr/NX/var/log/nxerror.log or in $HOME/.nx/*/session ?
We have reproduced it. A fix will be released along with the next version.
Latest gdm launches an additional dbus-daemon for the greeter session, triggering the problem. I’m searching for the best way to fix it.
Hello, could you post the output of glxinfo?
VNC display has such keyboard mapping. So I think you are running Xvnc in place of Xorg. Check with command:
ps -C X,Xorg,Xvnc -f.