mikesxf

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    Thank you for your reply. But I’m still a little confused.

    Since NoMachine can start its own virtual display, does it mean that I can connect to server without GNOME etc?

    Is it normal that if I restart service, the firefox, for example, I’m using will be closed without local x server?

    mikesxf
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    But at first, the redhat doesn’t have a Graphical Interface and when I try to connect it, NoMachine says it can’t detect display screen and will create a virtual one (some words like that, I’m sorry I┬ácan’t┬áremember clearly).

    After using for some time, I find that if I restart nx service, the applications I haved opened are closed (be killed?). I think it can be fixed by installing the real Graphical Interface like GNOME on server. But when I uninstall GNOME for some other reason, I meet the problem above. I just can’t get it back to the original condition.

    So that’s the situation. Thanks for help!

    I have read the guide you provide. I’m sorry I’m a newbie of redhat server. The owner of server tell me the OS doesn’t have a graphical interface. I’m confused now.

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 2 months ago by Britgirl.
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