How to run NoMachine ARM8 virtual desktops by command line

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  • #47767
    ozgeplusplus
    Participant

    I am using khadas vim4 and ubuntu is installed as the operating system. I installed NoMachine for armv8 (https://downloads.nomachine.com/linux/?id=30&distro=Arm) and it works without any problems. But I made the connection settings from the interface. What is the way to do all of this from the terminal?

    https://kb.nomachine.com/AR05P00978

    I need to do something like the one featured here.
    xserver --startsession --virtualĀ  --type unix-application --application <application name or path>

    #47795
    Britgirl
    Keymaster

    Those commands are for running virtual desktop sessions which are available in all Terminal Server products. What you need to do is

    By default, on Linux:

    /usr/NX/bin/nxplayer --session <path to .nxs file>

    For more details check out this article https://kb.nomachine.com/AR04O00923. You may also be interested in this document which highlights what you can configure in your connection file: https://kb.nomachine.com/DT07S00240

    #47872
    ozgeplusplus
    Participant

    What do you mean by “path to .nxs file”?

    I want to run NoMachine from the terminal, run the terminal command that fills in the sections in this image, and open the broadcast.

    #47879
    katpan
    Participant

    By default, .nxs files are stored in the directory specified in the ‘Connections and recordings’ field under Settings -> Player -> Folders panel of the User Interface. Here’s the default directory for each operating system:

    Linux: /home/USERNAME/Documents/NoMachine

    macOS: /Users/USERNAME/Documents/NoMachine

    Windows: %USERPROFILE%\Documents\NoMachine

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