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  • in reply to: Compression quality setting #2724
    snejok
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    The image becomes very pixelated for 4-5 seconds after big screen updates

    I noticed this behavior too, but in multinode environment, when I connected to localhost node. When I connect to any other node everything ok.

    I noticed it long time ago, in 4.0 too, and now I simply don’t use localhost node 🙂

    snejok
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    In the same environment I noticed that changing node address from localhost:4000 to <ip>:4000 breaks NX:

    The session negotioation failed.

    Error: No running nodes found for this server

    Work:

    # /usr/NX/bin/nxserver –nodelist

    NX> 104 Node list:

    Status  Connection Node           Type LB  Weight Limit Label

    ——- ———- ————– —- — —— —– —–

    running encrypted  localhost:4000 NX   yes

     

    Doesn’t work:

    # /usr/NX/bin/nxserver –nodelist

    NX> 104 Node list:

    Status  Connection Node              Type LB  Weight Limit Label

    ——- ———- —————– —- — —— —– —–

    running encrypted  10.10.19.152:4000 NX   yes

    10.10.19.152 – ip of this server

    changing localhost to 127.0.0.1 breaks NX too

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    in reply to: Pixel-perfect fonts in 4.1 #2665
    snejok
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    Hello all!

     

    As I understood:

    – Lightweight mode works as NX 3.5?

    – Lightweight mode must look like as virtual session in NX 3.5?

    – Fonts must look like 3.5 too?

     

    I don’t see any difference between “normal NX4.1” and “lightweight NX4.1” session.

    As I understand lightweight mode must show fonts perfectly as NX 3.5 does.

     

    P.S. how can I check on client side that lightweight mode enabled? I only see that codec is “Unknown” in lightweight mode 🙂

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    in reply to: Enterprise Client on thin clients #2651
    snejok
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    There is a Feature Request which you can see here: https://www.nomachine.com/FR02L02809

    This is still working, but you’ve to start the player with the ‘–exit’ command line option, e.g. nxplayer –session file.nxs –exit

    I just confirmed that –exit (to minuses) is in fact in the 4.1 build.   This was missing in earlier releases and seems to be working.

    Excellent!! Thank you!

    But it will be more useful if you could say about “–exit” option in –help 😉

     

    $ /usr/NX/bin/nxplayer –help

    NXPLAYER – Version 4.1.29

    Usage: nxplayer [OPTIONS]

    –config FILENAME | DIRECTORY

    Run nxplayer reading global configuration settings from the file

    FILENAME. FILENAME can either be an absolute or relative path. In

    the latter case the path is searched for starting from the current

    directory. If no FILENAME is found in the current directory then

    FILENAME is searched for starting from the user’s home directory.

    If DIRECTORY is given and a file ‘client.cfg’ is found in that di-

    rectory, then the global configuration settings are read from this

    file. The filename does not need to end with the string ‘.cfg’.

    –help

    Display this help and exit.

    –session FILENAME

    Run a session reading the configuration settings from FILENAME.

    –recording FILENAME

    Run the playback of the session video FILENAME.

    –version

    Output version information and exit.

     

    in reply to: How do I install the AVC Pack on MacOS X? #2649
    snejok
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    @Britgirl, thank you!

    in reply to: Firewall settings that worked for me on Fedora 20 #2644
    snejok
    Participant

    It may only affect performance.

    Do you mean multimedia (audio/video) only or overall session performance too?

    in reply to: Firewall settings that worked for me on Fedora 20 #2642
    snejok
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    @fra81, thank you!

    in reply to: How to change the listening port of nxagent? #2621
    snejok
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    Hello, all!

    Why nxnode opens these ports?

    # netstat -anlpt |grep LISTEN |grep nxnode | sort

    tcp        0      0 0.0.0.0:7001                0.0.0.0:*                   LISTEN      20758/nxnode.bin

    tcp        0      0 0.0.0.0:7002                0.0.0.0:*                   LISTEN      26853/nxnode.bin

    tcp        0      0 0.0.0.0:7003                0.0.0.0:*                   LISTEN      16466/nxnode.bin

    tcp        0      0 0.0.0.0:7004                0.0.0.0:*                   LISTEN      21998/nxnode.bin

    # nmap <IP>

    Host is up (0.0033s latency).

    Not shown: 988 closed ports

    PORT     STATE    SERVICE

    22/tcp   open     ssh

    113/tcp  filtered auth

    631/tcp  open     ipp

    4000/tcp open     remoteanything

    7001/tcp open     afs3-callback

    7002/tcp open     afs3-prserver

    7004/tcp open     afs3-kaserver

    7007/tcp open     afs3-bos

    7019/tcp open     unknown

    7025/tcp open     unknown

    7070/tcp open     realserver

    7100/tcp open     font-service

     

    # telnet <IP> 7002

    Trying <IP>…

    Connected to <IP>.

    Escape character is ‘^]’.

    ^]

    telnet> quit

    Connection closed.

     

    snejok
    Participant

    This is because NoMachine is not Microsoft and the number of users who are available to help as beta testers is proportionally small

    How can I join the beta testers list? 🙂

    in reply to: How do I install the AVC Pack on MacOS X? #2608
    snejok
    Participant

    Britgirl, do you have some evaluation period for AVC pack? For example 1-2 days?

    in reply to: Version 4.1: Full-Screen, multi-user, font issue #2607
    snejok
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    3. In several linux applications the font is still displayed very blurry. One example is VIM. There, all lines are blurry besides the line that is currently selected. The blurriness is changing from time to time, meaning that the font display does not remain constant. Please find a screenshot attached. Maybe it is due to the different colors that are present in the screen. However, this should still not happen, right?

     

    Getics, did you see this thread?
    https://www.nomachine.com/forums/forums/topic/pixel-perfect-fonts-in-4-1

    in reply to: Enterprise Client on thin clients #2594
    snejok
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    Hello, all!

    When I log out of the server, the client goes to a screen allowing the user to change the name of the session and the server address. How can I get it to just exit afterwards? (When the client exits, thinstation just starts it again). I want the users to just see the login dialog (username/password) and not have to make any choices.

    It’s same thing that I want too: just exit after session ends (as NX3.5 acts)

    And I noticed small regression in 4.1: there is no EXIT button on screen that appears on session end (see attachments). I want to say that very difficult to close NX4.1 windows if there is no window decorations in my environment (embedded systems). NX3.5 was more ready for embedding.

     

    in reply to: Firewall settings that worked for me on Fedora 20 #2589
    snejok
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    Hello, titan!

    “If both attempts fail, the communication will continue using only the TCP port.”

    Can you explain me (or give the link to article) which functionality/features I will lose if I disable UDP and will use only TCP?

    There is any difference between “SSH” and “NX without UDP”?

    in reply to: Corefiles fill /usr/NX/var/db/failed dir #1972
    snejok
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    in reply to: Corefiles fill /usr/NX/var/db/failed dir #1925
    snejok
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    dumps, logs, configs 🙂

    http://ge.tt/6y8jGoG1/v/0

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