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July 13, 2022 at 02:20 in reply to: Hang after password entered #39212
Wow! I had a hunt through the Gnome Issues list and that’s… messy.
Thanks for the solution – “loginctl unlock-sessions” works fine, thanks. It does unlock the physical desktop too, but that’s OK for my purposes. I think that I could use “loginctl unlock-session <session>” according to the man page, but I’ve not investigated.
I could disable the automatic screen lock (through “Settings”, I found) , but I’m not sure that I want the screen to be unlocked all the time.
Thanks again, Britgirl!July 12, 2022 at 01:20 in reply to: Hang after password entered #39190
I do know what the apt commands mean but I’m not sure what they are supposed to achieve, in the context of my problem. However I carried them out, as suggested, with no change.
Incidentally, on my Ubuntu 22.04 system [Ctrl][Alt][F1] appears to restart X. However I can use other VTs from 3 on up. I didn’t need the VT as I can ssh into the ‘server’ system.
So, I did a command line shutdown/startup of the NoMachine server, (/usr/NX/bin/nzserver –shutdown/startup), logged into the desktop of the server machine, then connected to server from the client machine, and it worked.
A little later I tried again and it didn’t work! The remote screen on the server machine was locked and as soon as I unlocked it, the NoMachine client connection worked. So it appears that the remote machine must be logged in and not locked before I can connect from the remote machine.July 12, 2022 at 00:04 in reply to: Hang after password entered #39188
Thanks Britgirl. I will try to get the logs.
In the meantime, I’ve discovered that if I go to the ‘server’ and login there, when I come back the login has completed.
I opened a terminal session on the server, and the NX session on the ‘client’ does not have that terminal session.
Does that help?
Attachments:July 9, 2022 at 11:41 in reply to: Hang after password entered #39144
1) The login screen doesn’t go away. See screenshot.
2) No messages of any sort.
3) The trouble report TR07S10316 does not apply. The login never proceeds. (https://kb.nomachine.com/TR07S10316)
4) I’ve attached a screenshot. (I’ve blurred out the login account, which is probably overcautious.)
5) I forgot to say that I’m using the free version.