Hi fisherman, don’t worry.
Yes, of course. The situation is that I needed to connect to my computer, with the user logged out or even just starting the system. Before Gnome 42.1, I could do it. But now, to “fix” it, I needed the following changes:
– In “/etc/pam.d/nx”, change “su” to “system-remote-login”
– Enable Gnome “Allow Locked Remote Desktop” extension
– Enabling autologin in “/etc/gdm/custom.conf” and then using a script to automatically lock the session.
This config allows me to connect to my computer in any state.
Anyway, I’m pretty sure it’s a general problem in Gnome. I think with other remote desktop applications, there are also problems.
Thank you very much!