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Thank you for your response – Yes, it’s a virtual machine. Your response was almost great… I switched to multi-user.target (analogous to init 3) and restarted. Connect to NX. Sure enough, the local console is just a text login prompt, and NX creates its own X server (Great!!!) … but … My desktop is weird… Some of the gnome components are missing, like the menu in the upper left, and “Places.” For some purposes, it’s usable, but it’s not the normal expected experience… I selected the option for automatically resize session to match local (doesn’t work), and while I’m connected, I can’t make the Nomachine menu items appear (peel-back upper right corner) can’t seem to enter full-screen mode or resize…
Server is RHEL 7.
Huh. Nevermind, I guess.
I just tried it all again, with reboot, (exactly what I did before) and it’s working now. I have no idea why or what’s different.
Thanks for the reply. Unfortunately, it sounds like you’re saying to do the stuff I already did (rm everything related to NoMachine or nx under /Applications, and kill any running processes) … and on Macs, the firewall is disabled by default. Mine is disabled.
You also mentioned /etc/NX, but I observed, that directory gets created automatically when the service is running, and removed automatically when I kill the service.
Aren’t there some config files in ~/Library, or /Library, or something else I can remove, to make it a more “clean” uninstall?