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You explained so even this Bear of little brain understands perfectly. I can make it work for me, my customers would not be affected.
One of the issues I have been dealing with is auto-login not working. I’d be foolish to say ‘I never did THAT’ but the behaviour HAS changed. So what!
I’m more than happy to make debug logs if they will assist you, but it appears that NoMachine is working as intended. If the logs will help then please say, else thanks for the help.
PS a comment: If userA knows userB exists and userB’s password then how is userA logging into userB’s session a securety risk?
What can you do in a NoMachine session that you could not do with ssh?
I’m not your typical user 🙂
Am dealing with a dozen or so machines, most amd64 some arch64.
Desktop is mostly xfce4, some lxde some lxqt.
50/50 mix of real machines and VMs. Most VMs are virtualbox, some are parallels.
40/40/20 ubuntu (20.04 and 20.10), openSuSE 15.2, Debian buster.
There is NO /etc/gdm* since gdm is not used.
SuSE does not use wayland
debian buster does not use wayland
Don’t know howto (or even if) xubuntu uses wayland.
I’m connecting to various including xubuntu 20.xx where I believe I must deal with wayland and SuSE 15.2 where I believe wayland is not an issue.
I downgraded and immediately connected. I tried to connect today and got the ‘waiting …’ message but I’m not certain of every detail so I’ll pedatically check.