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  • in reply to: Crouton XFCE on Chromebook #25249
    Avataryinhslin
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    Thanks again for the comments, and sorry for my late reply.  This solution works!

    After changing rc.local, I initially could only connect via the local IP but had trouble when using the External IP.  But it was because I did not configure port forwarding properly on my Linksys WiFi router.  I followed the instructions here:

    https://www.linksys.com/us/support-article?articleNum=138535

    (This is likely a very amateurish mistake, but I’m writing it just in case it is useful to anyone.)

     

    Still one caveat is that

    sudo /etc/NX/nxserver –upnpstatus

    still gives nothing.  Namely, the output is

    Local IP

    Gateway IP

    External IP

    But connecting with NoMachine works regardless.

    Thanks again for the help!

    in reply to: Crouton XFCE on Chromebook #25187
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    Thank you for the suggestion, but I tried that before, and the result was the same.  Is there some non-NoMachine command that can let me check that iptables is indeed started?

    in reply to: Crouton XFCE on Chromebook #25180
    Avataryinhslin
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    Thank you for your comments.

    I tried installing iptables but it still did not work.  I attached the collected logs.

    For reference, I installed crouton with simply

    sudo sh ~/Downloads/crouton -t xfce

    I apologize if this is more of a crouton question than a NoMachine question.

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