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  • in reply to: Unable to test the Workstation version #1740
    Avatarmt
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    No I did not.

    I removed it before reinstall and it fixed the problem. I’m running the Workstation version now.

    Thanks for your help.

    Michal

    in reply to: Keyboard mapping problem (bis) #707
    Avatarmt
    Participant

    Thanks for the answer.
    The workaround is a perfectly valid solution for me.
    It is just not really clear at first sight what may be a NoMachine problem and what may not, that’s why I’m posting such questions here.

    in reply to: Keyboard mapping problem #631
    Avatarmt
    Participant

    Problem autosolved itself…
    May be after a system update.

    in reply to: Unable to connect to NX Server #488
    Avatarmt
    Participant

    Ok so it seems I heve to fall back to NX3.5 on the server side.
    I had this setup before, it worked fine (NX4 client to NX3.5 server) the onlye problem I had was that at every connection the previous session was not resumed but a new one was created.
    Is there a way to avoid this?

    in reply to: Unable to connect to NX Server #484
    Avatarmt
    Participant

    I’m not 100% certain it is a X problem.

    As the syslog lines
    Nov 5 17:16:44 linux-ypbf nxexec: PAM unable to dlopen(/lib64/security/pam_pwcheck.so)
    Nov 5 17:16:44 linux-ypbf nxexec: PAM [error: /lib64/security/pam_pwcheck.so: undefined symbol: pam_syslog]
    Nov 5 17:16:44 linux-ypbf nxexec: PAM adding faulty module: /lib64/security/pam_pwcheck.so

    are suggesting it seems to be a pam problem.

    And de facto the pam module on my distro seems buggy
    ldd -r /lib64/security/pam_pwcheck.so
    undefined symbol: pam_syslog (/lib64/security/pam_pwcheck.so)
    undefined symbol: pam_set_data (/lib64/security/pam_pwcheck.so)
    undefined symbol: pam_get_item (/lib64/security/pam_pwcheck.so)
    undefined symbol: pam_vprompt (/lib64/security/pam_pwcheck.so)
    undefined symbol: pam_set_item (/lib64/security/pam_pwcheck.so)
    undefined symbol: pam_get_data (/lib64/security/pam_pwcheck.so)
    undefined symbol: pam_prompt (/lib64/security/pam_pwcheck.so)
    libdl.so.2 => /lib64/libdl.so.2 (0x00002b94f060f000)
    libcrack.so.2 => /usr/lib64/libcrack.so.2 (0x00002b94f0813000)
    libxcrypt.so.1 => /lib64/libxcrypt.so.1 (0x00002b94f0a20000)
    libc.so.6 => /lib64/libc.so.6 (0x00002b94f0c5c000)
    /lib64/ld-linux-x86-64.so.2 (0x0000555555554000)

    As a check I’d like to avoid using the PAM module for authentication.
    Is this possible with the free version?

    I tried this in the config file:
    diff /usr/NX/etc/server.cfg /usr/NX/etc/server.cfg.old
    242c242
    < EnableUserDB 0

    > #EnableUserDB 0
    266c266
    < SSHDAuthServer 127.0.0.1

    > #SSHDAuthServer 127.0.0.1
    272c272
    < SSHDAuthPort 22

    > #SSHDAuthPort 22

    But it does nothing.

    in reply to: Unable to connect to NX Server #481
    Avatarmt
    Participant

    In fact it seems it is a segfault. I see this in the system log:

    Nov 5 14:47:37 linux-ypbf nxexec: PAM unable to dlopen(/lib64/security/pam_pwcheck.so)
    Nov 5 14:47:37 linux-ypbf nxexec: PAM [error: /lib64/security/pam_pwcheck.so: undefined symbol: pam_syslog]
    Nov 5 14:47:37 linux-ypbf nxexec: PAM adding faulty module: /lib64/security/pam_pwcheck.so
    Nov 5 14:48:00 linux-ypbf kernel: drkonqi[4477]: segfault at 0000135d8a594908 rip 00002ae35433c558 rsp 00007fff797eb7b0 error 6
    Nov 5 14:48:04 linux-ypbf kernel: drkonqi[4483]: segfault at 0000135d8a594908 rip 00002b2b40fc5558 rsp 00007fff62770590 error 6
    Nov 5 14:48:05 linux-ypbf kernel: drkonqi[4490]: segfault at 0000135d8a594908 rip 00002b40278f3558 rsp 00007fff216c7530 error 6
    Nov 5 14:48:05 linux-ypbf kernel: kicker[4491]: segfault at 0000135d8a594908 rip 00002b32ea8f0558 rsp 00007fff9e445c40 error 6
    Nov 5 14:48:14 linux-ypbf kernel: drkonqi[4589]: segfault at 0000135d8a594908 rip 00002b96975c8558 rsp 00007fffb4eab960 error 6
    Nov 5 14:48:24 linux-ypbf kernel: drkonqi[4617]: segfault at 0000135d8a594908 rip 00002ae929c4c558 rsp 00007fff5f0464f0 error 6
    Nov 5 14:48:24 linux-ypbf kernel: drkonqi[4618]: segfault at 0000135d8a594908 rip 00002ad3d91c6558 rsp 00007fffccea7600 error 6
    Nov 5 14:48:24 linux-ypbf kernel: drkonqi[4620]: segfault at 0000135d8a594908 rip 00002b06849e1558 rsp 00007fffc80297c0 error 6
    Nov 5 14:48:25 linux-ypbf kernel: drkonqi[4619]: segfault at 0000135d8a594908 rip 00002aba5a773558 rsp 00007fff010e7b90 error 6
    Nov 5 14:48:25 linux-ypbf kernel: drkonqi[4625]: segfault at 0000135d8a594908 rip 00002b0683dc9558 rsp 00007fff17b43420 error 6
    Nov 5 14:48:25 linux-ypbf kernel: drkonqi[4629]: segfault at 0000135d8a594908 rip 00002ad0eb3e5558 rsp 00007fffee313cd0 error 6
    Nov 5 14:48:25 linux-ypbf kernel: drkonqi[4630]: segfault at 0000135d8a594908 rip 00002b04f86d3558 rsp 00007fffa713db30 error 6
    Nov 5 14:48:25 linux-ypbf kernel: drkonqi[4634]: segfault at 0000135d8a594908 rip 00002abee2406558 rsp 00007fffd13e4e50 error 6
    Nov 5 14:48:25 linux-ypbf kernel: drkonqi[4636]: segfault at 0000135d8a594908 rip 00002b601712e558 rsp 00007fff765a1ca0 error 6
    Nov 5 14:48:28 linux-ypbf nxexec: PAM unable to dlopen(/lib64/security/pam_pwcheck.so)
    Nov 5 14:48:28 linux-ypbf nxexec: PAM [error: /lib64/security/pam_pwcheck.so: undefined symbol: pam_syslog]
    Nov 5 14:48:28 linux-ypbf nxexec: PAM adding faulty module: /lib64/security/pam_pwcheck.so
    Nov 5 14:48:28 linux-ypbf kernel: drkonqi[4665]: segfault at 0000135d8a594908 rip 00002ac3b1564558 rsp 00007fff1aa97950 error 6
    Nov 5 14:48:28 linux-ypbf kernel: drkonqi[4667]: segfault at 0000135d8a594908 rip 00002b8f021be558 rsp 00007ffffe6cd2d0 error 6
    Nov 5 14:48:28 linux-ypbf kernel: drkonqi[4671]: segfault at 0000135d8a594908 rip 00002b5f89f2d558 rsp 00007fff8cfb24e0 error 6
    Nov 5 14:48:40 linux-ypbf python: hp-systray(qt4)[4640]: error: No system tray detected on this system. Unable to start, exiting.
    Nov 5 14:48:40 linux-ypbf kernel: python[4640]: segfault at 0000135d8a59490c rip 00002b45ce7823da rsp 00007fff847e08c8 error 4

    in reply to: Unable to connect to NX Server #476
    Avatarmt
    Participant

    I rebooted the server and the behavior changes a little.
    The first time I connect to the server I get the KDE user login/pass screen. I log on and the session hangs/disconnects.
    When I try to reconnect I get the behavior described in my first post.
    Seems like the first session is somehow opened but I’m unable to use it neither reconnect to it later.
    It seems to me similar to what another user described recently on the forum.

    in reply to: Unable to connect to NX Server #475
    Avatarmt
    Participant

    You are right
    DISPLAY=:0 xterm
    opens the xterm on the NX screen and works ok.

    How do I check what NX executes to start the desktop environment?
    It is a quite old OpenSusue 10.3 box I’m trying to connect to.

    in reply to: Unable to connect to NX Server #470
    Avatarmt
    Participant

    I didn’t notice a separate package for the free version.
    I downloaded mine from this link:
    https://www.nomachine.com/select-package&prod=nomachine

    Here is the version info:
    /usr/NX/bin/nxserver –version
    NoMachine – Version 4.0.362

    I attached the screen I see when connecting to the machine.
    I see there in the server status tab my own user connected at the same time as my only connection attempt.
    I understand this list as a list of users connected before on the machine. I tough as the free version is mono-user I should try to disconnect the user I see in the list. But I’m getting disconnected, so it seems I’m disconnecting myself.

    Note that I’m doing all this over ssh port forwarding of the server port 4000 on my local machine port 4444. I did forward only the TCP port 4000 but in the “connection information” menu of the NX Client I see “NX on port 4444 with RT port 4969” the 4444 is the forwarder server port 4000 but the “RT port 4969” is my local port on the local server which is also running (I think). Can’t this be a problem?

    I’m attaching also the connection information screen.

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