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August 30, 2016 at 13:22 in reply to: Corrupted audio – 2 Win 10 machines v5.1.44 #12220
On the server machine, I only have two playback devices listed:
Speakers – NoMachine Microphone Adapter
Samsung 4 – NVIDIA High Definition Audio (Default Device)
There are no other devices. If I choose “Show disabled devices” it offers up the unused S/PDIF connection on the motherboard. The server machine is using the HDMI connection on the video card to output audio and video to my TV and Surround processor.
I don’t connect more than one client simultaneously. I just move from work machines as clients (Windows 7 and Linux, to remotely access my home machine) and my laptop client at home (Windows 10) to move about the house.
I’ve attached a short audio file of an attempt to view a video over the LAN from the server to my Windows 10 laptop client.
Attachments:July 14, 2014 at 09:29 in reply to: Mouse control issue #4139
I apologize for it taking so long to get back to this.
A good example of a game would be “Metro: Last Light” for Linux under the Linux Steam Client. Any mouse control immediately points the POV to the ground and any further mouse movement just makes it spin.
This is a Windows 7 x64 with v4.2.26 connecting to a Linux machine, OpenSUSE 13.1 x64 with KDE also running v4.2.26.
Thanks!February 20, 2014 at 14:31 in reply to: Audio disabled on local connection #2441
I just wanted to check back on this, as I’ve had to resort to Splashtop, which I’m not keen on. Is there any estimate on which update cycle this might be in?
Thanks!February 7, 2014 at 18:27 in reply to: Audio disabled on local connection #2169
Okay, let’s start this over, if that’s okay. And hopefully we can get this resolved. It used to work, now it doesn’t, as stated above. But I just tried connecting to other machines that used to have audio forwarded successfully, and there’s no change.
I have a windows 7 client connecting to multiple Linux servers … over a port-forwarded SSH tunnel. UDP is not being used. My client has “Audio disabled on local connection” no matter which machine I talk to. Does the client automatically disable audio when the address for the server is “localhost”?
Thanks.February 6, 2014 at 09:49 in reply to: Audio disabled on local connection #2143
I did a full reinstall of both server and client, and still have the above, though I changed from the pure Enterprise client-only install to a full install on the client side. No /var/log directory on the client side, and still says “Audio disabled…”
Thanks.January 30, 2014 at 19:02 in reply to: Audio disabled on local connection #2051
Unfortunately, there doesn’t seem to be a \Program Files (x86)\NoMachine\var\log directory on my client side, at the moment.
But here is the problem reproduced, and the .nx directory under \Users\%username%\
Attachments:January 29, 2014 at 16:11 in reply to: Audio disabled on local connection #1995
Okay, I just noticed the upload error on the server side files. I’ve put them in a zip file. Sorry about that.
Attachments:January 27, 2014 at 19:13 in reply to: Audio disabled on local connection #1897
Here are the logs you mentioned. I just zipped the whole log directory on the client side.