Getting linux-nx-client to work
freebsdwicker at gmail.com
Fri Mar 9 00:53:54 UTC 2007
On 3/8/07, Yu-Xi Lim <yuxi at gmx.net> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I noticed that linux-nx-client is being updated, so I assume that
> someone has managed to get it to work.
> I have FreeNX servers running on Fedora 6 (freenx-0.5.0-5.fc6 with
> nx-2.1.0-1.fc6). I've verified that I can connect to them properly from
> both Linux and Windows nxclients. However, using nxclient on FreeBSD
> (via the linux-nx-client port), gives me nothing but problems.
> Firstly, clicking "Configure..." on the main client window kills my X
> Secondly, connecting fails with the following error:
> Session: Session started at 'Thu Mar 8 04:12:30 2007'.
> Error: Failed to set TCP_NODELAY flag on FD#14 to 1. Error is 22
> 'Invalid argument'.
> Session: Terminating session at 'Thu Mar 8 04:12:30 2007'.
> Info: End of NX transport requested by signal '15'.
> Warning: Parent process appears to be dead. Exiting watchdog.
> Changing the "Disable TCP no-delay" option does not make any difference.
> I'm using the same .nxs files across all platforms (except for tweaking
> the TCP_NODELAY thing).
> Am I doing something wrong? Does anyone know the necessary voodoo to get
> this working?
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I can't speak to the linux version. Using the native version I can only
connect from XP to BSD using a Windows client 1.5 or less.
--I'm not 'renting' my OS--
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