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I just made setup on 2 Linux PCs. Both openSUSE.
Behaviour is the same.
I created connection (myself, discovery is disable), so it is saved NXS file, I connected to server, chosen full screen icon, then disconnected by Alt+F4. Next time window will not be full screen after connection to server (it will be maximized but not full screen).
If I manually change NXS file here from:
<option key=”Session window state” value=”normal” />
<option key=”Session window state” value=”fullscreen” />
It reverts value to normal back, even if on close NoMachine client was in full screen.
Operating System: openSUSE Tumbleweed 20231123
KDE Plasma Version: 5.27.9
KDE Frameworks Version: 5.112.0
Qt Version: 5.15.11
Kernel Version: 6.6.2-1-default (64-bit)
Graphics Platform: X11
I was able to workaround it only by KDE itself via “Edit Windows-Specific Settings”.
I set Force for Full Screen property for nxplayer.bin.
How many displays are connected to the client and to the server machines?
Are you connecting to the physical desktop of a Linux server?
I can be wrong, but in my opinion it is client settings and not related to server.
Client simply does not remember windows size.
But if that matters I tried 2 different machines, 1 headless with [removed], 2nd one with 1 physical monitor, but it is not used and connection is made to VNC session.
As for your second question, the client doesn’t normally close the window with the list of connections while other client windows are running, so I’m not sure about what you’re seeing on Windows.
On Windows I used previous version of NoMachine, probably 7.x, now I updated to latest one 8.8.1 and situation is the same as on Linux. I think you changed that behaviour. So is it possible to close window with connections automatically after I connection to some server is established?
How to disable such notifications?
I tried: DisplayMonitorNotifications 0
It does not help.November 11, 2021 at 12:20 in reply to: Avoid password after connecting to KDE VNC session #36207
But I do not have problem with LXQt desktop. And I workarounded it that way.
And setting up system auto-login on physical machine is not very secure concern.September 20, 2021 at 15:53 in reply to: Avoid password after connecting to KDE VNC session #35368
I think it is not a screen-saver. It is a lock screen.