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Re: FC10 and freeNX

Craig White wrote:
On Fri, 2009-01-30 at 08:14 +0100, Joachim Backes wrote:
Jim wrote:
Tom Horsley wrote:
On Thu, 29 Jan 2009 19:06:37 -0500
Jim wrote:

Has anyone installed freeNX Server on FC10, how did it go ? I'am aware that you have to install xorg-x11-fonts-misc in FC10. Please no guesses from those who have installed it in FC 7, 8 , it has a different set of problems in FC10 .
I have installed it in every FC since FC6.
Well, I have installed a version of freenx in FC10, but it is an old
one which I keep bringing forward because it works so incredibly
well that I'm afraid to try upgrading :-).

For fc10, I had to make an extra rpm to install the old libcrypto.so.0.9.8b
to satisfy the dependency in the ancient freenx-0.4.4-2.FC5.0.noarch.rpm
and nx-1.5.0-4.FC5.1.i386.rpm I continue to install.

And I keep going to all this trouble because it keeps working perfectly :-).

So if my ancient version works, probably a newer one works
(I'm just afraid to find out :-).

The key that had to go from Client to Server, What file from Client to file in the Server did the key go in to. I have been using NoMachine NX in past FC versions but some servers I connect to has more than two users that I have to get inside of their desktop, an NoMachine only allows for two users per server.

Thanks for your responds


I'm running F10 + most recent nxclient-3.3.0-6.i386 and having problems with some keyboard keys after logging in in the server and starting there xterm/gnome-terminal: for example, the key "cursor up" will make a screen photo instead of recalling the last command. This happens independently from the nxserver version running on the server side (F9/Centos4.5 or RHEL 5). The most recent nxclient version should fix this bug on Ubuntu system, but it does not on F10.
I have that problem  ;-)  older version, same problem...



Could this problem be because of Fonts?
When using NX on server I had to install xorg-X11-fonts-misc , it has something to do about no fixed fonts in FC10.

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