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Okay, I have set up the debug level repeated the troublesome connections and saved all the logs. I had to delete some records from the middle of the Darcymain nxerror.log to keep everything under 1024Kb. The deleted records were highly redundant and during times NoMachine was not in use. I can send the full log if it is necessary.
Today, unlike yesterday I could see the desktop of the Ubuntu PCs but still had no control.
I’ll check back to see if you need something else.
I have now loaded Nomachine on my 2 Win 7 PCs, 2 Win 8 PCs, 1 Ubuntu 12.04 and 1 Ubuntu10.04. The following are the results. In all cases access is on my local network.
From Darcymain Win7 to Homeserver8 Win8 – it works as expected
From Darcymain Win7 to AtticPC Win7 – The remote desktop is visible but no mouse or keyboard control
From Darcymain Win7 to HPbeagle Win8.1 – The remote desktop is visible but no mouse or keyboard control
From Darcymain Win7 to Ubuntu 10.04 or 12.04 – No visible desktop just a black screen, the local mouse pointer disappears as soon as it enters the black screen.
All the Windows boxes were loaded from the same file, nomachine_4.0.369_5.exe
The Ubuntu boxes were both loaded from nomachine_4.0.369_1_i386.deb (separate downloads).
The attached logs are from Darcymain. I have attempted to configure each machine the same although they may be different now after testing permutations. The NXClient 3.5 worked great between the Win7 and Ubuntu 12.04 PCs so I thought I would expand its use and upgrade to the latest version. It seems version 4 is not quite ready for prime time. I’m Ok with that for a free version. I hope your enterprise customers are faring better or there may never be a 4.1 version…
Within reason I am willing to use my environment for testing things if that will help.