[FreeNX-kNX] NX Client Session Failed after server upgrade to FreeNX 0.7.1
terander at guard.zapto.org
Mon Feb 11 17:46:32 UTC 2008
On Mon, 2008-02-11 at 15:10 +0100, Mirco Piccin wrote:
> Thanks and sorry for the delay.
> > > Hi all.
> > > I upgrade in my Debian server FreeNX to 0.7.1 release , using .deb
> > > packages
> > > posted by Jeremy Wilkins.
> > >
> > >> deb http://www.datakeylive.com/ubuntu gutsy main
> > >> deb-src http://www.datakeylive.com/ubuntu gutsy main
> > >>
> > >> You can build from source using Debian's or Ubuntu's source building
> > > methods
> > > I re-run the setup using the --setup-nomachine-key option and re-added
> > > users.
> > >
> > > Client is running on the same machine of FreeNX server, but same results
> > > connecting from a win machine.
> > >
> > > If i try to connect to server with 3.0.0-89 NX Client (full working with
> > > FreeNX 0.6.0 ), i have this situation:
> > >
> > > CLIENT
> > > From client GUI, after authentication, the session fail, with Detail (same
> > > as "session" client log file):
> > Did you follow the instructions on the forum?
> > http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=620057&highlight=freenx
> I remember i follow all the instructions there, but to be sure i
> follow again all steps..
> Now works good.
> Only one thing: every time i start a new session from a client (in a
> specific case: Win XP, nxlient 3.0.0-89), a popup window appears:
> NX - Available Sessions
> Session Name - Type - Geometry - Status - Services - Display
> X0 Local - vnclocal - 1024x768x - Running - ------- - 0
> And i can Refresh - Resume - Terminate - New - Cancel.
> Every option i try, next time reappears that window.
> If i look at the NX server, i see no running sessions:
> root at pinta:~# nxserver --list
> NX> 100 NXSERVER - Version 2.1.0-71 OS (GPL)
> NX> 127 Sessions list:
> Server Display Username Remote IP Session ID
> ------ ------- --------------- --------------- ------------------ --------------
> NX> 999 Bye
> Any tips, here?
Maybe you should disable these directives in node.conf?
I haven't got the time to look into those yet, but they look to be the
settings your looking for...
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