feature wish: FreeNX client as virtual Desktop

Gerhard den Hollander gdenhollander at fugro-jason.com
Wed Nov 2 09:26:44 GMT 2005

* Felix E. Klee <fk at linuxburg.de> (Wed, Nov 02, 2005 at 10:23:33AM +0100)
> On Mon, 31 Oct 2005 14:26:27 +0100, "Gerhard den Hollander"
> <gdenhollander at fugro-jason.com> said:
> > HOwver, since you mentioned fvwm, how do you trick your
> > NXserver/NXclient to use fvwm in stead of opening KDE in the NXclient
> > window ?
> I've never done that, but let me see ... as expected it works by editing
> the desktop environment options:
>   "Configure ..." -> "General" -> "Settings..." -> "Run the following
>   command: fvwm"
> Also, in the file "/etc/nxserver/node.conf" one can change settings for
> desktop environments.
> I assumed that with NXclient, you're refering to the free client
> "nxclient" from "NoMachine".  If you were referring to the client "knx",
> then I can be of no help.

with the nxclient it is easy to do.

the KNX client (apologies for the confusing I caused on this point) seems
to allow you to set the same, but fails to actually do anything with the
settings (they don;t show up in the xml filkes either).

So for the time being, In just relying on the nxclient ;)

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