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    Hi Eiger3970,
    during an unsuccessful installation, the /usr/NX/var/log directory was created and the nxinstall.log file was created there?
    If so, please attach it in your next forum post.



    Sorry, I see no logs in /usr/NX/var/log.

    I only see logs in /var/log and nothing for NoMachine nor NX?

    ubuntu@ubuntu:/var/log$ ls

    alternatives.log    auth.log.3.gz  dmesg                   hp                 syslog.1

    alternatives.log.1  auth.log.4.gz  dmesg.0                 installer          syslog.2.gz

    anydesk.trace       boot.log       dmesg.1.gz              journal            syslog.3.gz

    apport.log          boot.log.1     dmesg.2.gz              kern.log           syslog.4.gz

    apport.log.1        boot.log.2     dmesg.3.gz              kern.log.1         ubuntu-advantage.log

    apport.log.2.gz     boot.log.3     dmesg.4.gz              kern.log.2.gz      ubuntu-advantage.log.1

    apport.log.3.gz     boot.log.4     dpkg.log                kern.log.3.gz      unattended-upgrades

    apport.log.4.gz     boot.log.5     dpkg.log.1              kern.log.4.gz      wtmp

    apport.log.5.gz     boot.log.6     faillog                 lastlog            Xorg.0.log

    apport.log.6.gz     bootstrap.log  fontconfig.log          libvirt            Xorg.0.log.old

    apt                 btmp           gdm3                    openvpn            Xorg.1.log

    auth.log            btmp.1         gpu-manager.log         private            Xorg.1.log.old

    auth.log.1          cups           gpu-manager-switch.log  speech-dispatcher

    auth.log.2.gz       dist-upgrade   helpdesk                syslog


    Hi Eiger3970,
    I’m not sure, but it looks like broken deb package.
    Before download and install new package please check if you have NoMachine installed : sudo dpkg -l |grep nomachine
    If not, go to the next step

    Please, download deb package from NoMachine website –
    After this check if md5 is the same as on website:  command md5sum nomachine_8.10.1_1_amd64.deb
    If it is the same try install : sudo dpkg -i


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