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OK. I will have it installed tomorrow. I just wanted to say thanks for your efforts. It’s very re-assuring to see your level of support on the product.
FYI both machines were running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, with the only modification that the Kernel was Linux 4.3.0-040300-generic, and the home drives were encrypted.
I will. I wonder if this has anything to do with my home drive being encrypted? I had an encrypted home drive on both PC’s during the problem. Maybe you can try doing that in your test lab?
Hi, yes I’m 100% sure that if I plug the monitor in on the server machine (that I am trying to NoMachine onto), the functionality works fine (providing I have ssh’d to the device first: such a bad design to make people do this).
As for reproducing this problem, I won’t be able to anymore. I’ve decided to remove Ubuntu and install Arch on my client machine. I am guessing I will still run into the same issues though when I come to install and test it in the next few days.
I have an update for this. I changed the graphics card driver on the server for testing. So I then unplugged the monitor, booted the server up, ssh’d to it and logged in. Then I try to NoMachine to it, and I get the error below:
“Cannot detect any display running. Do you want NoMachine to create a new display and proceed to connect to the desktop?”
If I say “yes”, the screen goes black. If I say “no”, it doesn’t connect. Can you also tell me why I always have to ssh to the box and login first before I can even get nomachine to authenticate?