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When is the nxnode service disabled on Linux?

In some cases, when checking the NoMachine server status, the nxnode service looks to be disabled, NoMachine virtual desktops and custom sessions work normally: sudo /etc/NX/nxserver --status NX......

Id: AR07Q01037 Applies to: NX Software

Added on: 2019-07-09 Last modified: 2019-07-09

Hardening NoMachine server products

NoMachine servers don't require specific measures to harden them, but administrators can adopt specific measures within NoMachine software to make sure their systems are kept secure. Keeping......

Id: AR06Q01036 Applies to: NX Software

Added on: 2019-06-27 Last modified: 2019-07-08

Installation & configuration notes for NoMachine Linux Raspberry Pi packages

In this article you will find notes about NoMachine packages which we have made available for Linux Raspberry Pi devices. Please select the appropriate subsection according to the version of......

Id: AR07N00896 Applies to: NX Software

Added on: 2016-07-25 Last modified: 2019-07-02

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: 2019-06-26

What is the difference between physical desktop and virtual desktop?

When you access the physical desktop remotely, you are connecting to its physical display. This functionality is provided by both the free to download NoMachine for Win/Mac/Linux and Raspberry......

Id: AR10K00700 Applies to: FAQs

Added on: 2013-10-04 Last modified: 2019-06-21

Creating a NoMachine XDM virtual desktop

NoMachine terminal servers for Linux support the XDMCP protocol and integrates with the system setup to  allow running XDM sessions in a NoMachine virtual desktop. Pre-requisites, not......

Id: AR06Q01035 Applies to: NX Software

Added on: 2019-06-19 Last modified: 2019-06-19

Differences between NoMachine for Linux and NoMachine Workstation for Linux

NoMachine, available for Windows, Linux and Mac lets you access the physical desktop remotely. So upon connecting your desktop is at your finger tips as if it were really in front of you rather......

Id: AR10K00702 Applies to: NoMachine Server

Added on: 2013-10-04 Last modified: 2019-06-13

The ProxyExtraOptions and DisplayServerExtraOptions keys in the node configuration file

NoMachine's own default settings should be suitable for the majority of environments in order to obtain optimal performance. Nevertheless, in some environments and with particular applications......

Id: AR06Q01034 Applies to: NX Server Products

Added on: 2019-06-12 Last modified: 2019-06-13

How to enable the blanking of the remote physical screen when somebody is connected

This feature is available with NoMachine servers version 5 or later. When the screen blanking is active, the local user will see a black screen on the physical monitor while somebody is connected......

Id: AR07M00851 Applies to: NX Server Products

Added on: 2015-07-06 Last modified: 2019-06-11

Does NoMachine support drag and drop?

Yes, it does and on all supported platforms. You can drag a file from the local file system and drop it on the NoMachine client window, or vice versa drag a file from the remote file system and......

Id: AR06Q01032 Applies to: FAQs

Added on: 2019-06-10 Last modified: 2019-06-10

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