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  • in reply to: USB Error on Windows #322

    Can you please send your last C:\Windows\Minidump\*.dmp file to support?

    in reply to: nxagent is listening on port 7001/7002 #319

    Hi mardub,

    agent port number is value of DisplayBase server configuration key + 6000.

    By default DisplayBase is set to 1001.

    It should be enough that you edit the server configuration file (/usr/NX/etc/Server.cfg), uncomment and set a proper value for the DisplayBase key.

    For example:

    DisplayBase 1055

    agent port will be 1055 + 6000.

    • This reply was modified 10 years, 8 months ago by sil04.
    • This reply was modified 10 years, 8 months ago by rs_nomachine.

    On the Linux Redhat 5.9 Server, what software do i need to install ?

    You can install NoMachine on the Linux Redhat 5.9 Server, what software do i need to install.

    On Windows 7 it’s ok that you installed NoMachine Enterprise Client.

    From your Windows PC, run the NoMachine GUI from the programs menu. Then create a new connection to the Linux Redhat 5.9 Server.

    The fastest way to create a new connection is to write the name or IP of the NoMachine host you want to connect to in the text field and click on the lightning icon. This method will use the default NX protocol on port 4000.

    This tutorial can be also useful:

    in reply to: Segfault in nxupnp #315

    The best is if you can enable debug log level into server.cfg (uncomment and set SessionLogLevel 7) .

    Then restart the server with: /usr/NX/bin/nxserver –restart

    and copy here nxserver.log if it’s not too long or send it to support.

    in reply to: Remove menubar #312

    I am trying to remove the !m icon from the top menu bar on osx

    What are you trying to do and why?

    Here there are some instructions about how to enable or disable connections to local machine:

    and here about how to access the server configuration:


    NX client 3.5.0 uses SSH protocol, which is not supported by NoMachine free.

    You can upgrade your client to version 4 and connect by NX protocol.

    The NoMachine Enterprise Client is available for download here:

    Anyway, there is also the possibility to tunnel the NX protocol into a SSH connection:

    in reply to: Error: Invalid command: 'login' #293

    Hi areem11,

    to connect by client 4 to server 3.5.0 with SSH you must choose ‘Use the NoMachine login’ . You can select it by clicking on Advanced from the connection settings panel.

    ‘Use the system login’ method is not supported by server 3.5.0.

    in reply to: Desktop only VGA resolution #292

    Which package? Free NoMachine version, Workstation Enterprise Server?

    If you installed the free version you should get the physical display exported.

    Since you say that the machine is headless, probably this machine gets a default Xorg.conf configuration, set up by Ubuntu at installation time.

    NoMachine doesn’t change this Xorg.conf and it is not responsible for setting up Xorg to support a wider range of resolutions. You should try in the Ubuntu control panel or refer to the Ubuntu documentation.

    You should be still able to set a “virtual X server” using the instructions here:
    How to use NoMachine on a headless Linux server

    Then NoMachine should be able to attach to it just fine.

    in reply to: Desktop only VGA resolution #289

    Hi kermitsalon,

    what product did you install on the server? Are you connecting to the physical display or a virtual display session?

    in reply to: Seeing double… #287

    Can you please explain better?

    “I see double windows side by side”

    What windows are they? Do you mean that you get 2 player windows instead of one?

    “with a very crappy, low quality screen”

    What is crappy? The screen of the remote server displayed in the player window on the client side?
    Where is the server machine you are connecting to? Is it on your LAN?

    Can you send a screenshot to the support?

    in reply to: Portal server could not retrieve source node #256

    Hi Molko,
    I suspect that installation on the node is NoMachine and not Workstation. Can you please check by running there nxserver –version? If it’s NoMachine, I think you have to uninstall it, remove the installation directory, and install the Workstation again.
    I hope this help 🙂

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