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What to do if USB support is disabled on Linux with NoMachine 5 or later installed

If you have USB support disabled among the NoMachine services, it is likely that the USB module has not been compiled on your Linux during the installation of NoMachine. There are two ways to......

Id: AR12J00658 Applies to: NX Server Products

Added on: 2012-12-19 Last modified: 2019-03-26

How to enable VirtualGL support on Linux in NoMachine v. 6.2 or later

This article applies to NoMachine v. 6.2 or later and to servers for Linux supporting virtual desktops (e.g. NoMachine Workstation, Terminal Server etc ...) and Terminal Server Node. For previous......

Id: AR05P00982 Applies to: NX Server Products

Added on: 2018-05-30 Last modified: 2019-03-22

How to solve error 'Cannot find the default environment' on Linux headless machines

On headless machines, or every time the local X server cannot be found, NoMachine will use its own display service (that is an embedded X server) to let users connect seamlessly a physical desktop......

Id: AR06N00891 Applies to: NX Server Products

Added on: 2016-06-20 Last modified: 2019-03-21

How to solve problems to connect disks when shared files have been opened with autosave enabled

When a disk is connected inside the NoMachine session and a file is opened from that disk with a program having the auto-save feature enabled (e.g. LibreOffice Calc or Microsoft Excel), the same......

Id: AR07P00994 Applies to: NX Software

Added on: 2018-07-27 Last modified: 2019-03-20

Guidelines for sizing a NoMachine Cloud Server multi-server setup and benchmark tests for v. 6

This article applies to a multi-server infrastructure made of one main Cloud Server and a number of NoMachine servers (child servers) federated under this Cloud Server. The federated servers can be......

Id: AR02Q01015 Applies to: NX Software

Added on: 2019-02-05 Last modified: 2019-03-20

Resize and scaling options for NoMachine client version 4 or later

By default NoMachine shows the session content at the same size as the remote display. This means that if the remote screen has a resolution larger than the user's local monitor or the session......

Id: AR02M00835 Applies to: NX Client Products

Added on: 2015-02-04 Last modified: 2019-03-18

How to set-up NoMachine on Google Cloud Platform behind a HTTPS Load balancer

The following steps illustrate how to setup NoMachine on Google Cloud Platform (GCP) behind a HTTPS Load Balancer and allow users to connect by the web by NoMachine.  (NoMachine free doesn......

Id: AR03Q01019 Applies to: NX Software

Added on: 2019-03-06 Last modified: 2019-03-18

How to retrieve NoMachine statistics from command line on server side

Its's possible to retrieve NoMachine statistics (total or partial) for a running session by sending  a USR1 or a USR2 signal to the nxnode process to dump statistics in the user's......

Id: AR03Q01018 Applies to: NX Software

Added on: 2019-03-05 Last modified: 2019-03-06

How to solve possible printing problems with NoMachine 4 or later and CUPS 1.4 or later

Some users may experience problems when try to connect a local printer on remote or print a document from the session to the local printer. Symptoms may vary from the unability of connecting the......

Id: AR05K00674 Applies to: NX Server Products

Added on: 2013-05-17 Last modified: 2019-02-27

Guidelines for sizing a NoMachine infrastructure and benchmark tests for v. 6

Sizing the hardware of your NoMachine server host(s) based on benchmarks depends on many variables due to the great variety of systems, hardware, applications and so on.  Even if we can......

Id: AR02P00966 Applies to: NX Software

Added on: 2018-02-07 Last modified: 2019-02-27

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