kitchetech at gmail.com
Fri Nov 28 15:57:13 PST 2008
On Fri, Nov 28, 2008 at 3:53 AM, Pieter Donche <Pieter.Donche at ua.ac.be>wrote:
> I want my freeBSD-7.0-RELEASE server accessible via a FreeNX client
> from www.nomachine.com.
> I believe I should install both the ports nxserver and freenx:
>> From http://www.freebsdports.info/ports/net/nxserver.html I read:
> nxserver: this port provides only the NX core binaries and libraries as
> were released by NoMachine as source code. To make them work and be
> used as an NX server, you will need to:
> - either install FreeNX (net/freenx) additionally,
> - or install the commercial NoMachine server product (currently not
> available in native FreeBSD form)
> $ whereis nxserver
> nxserver: /usr/ports/net/nxserver
> $ whereis freenx
> freenx: /usr/ports/net/freenx
> # cd /usr/ports/net/nxserver
> # make install clean
> ===> nxserver-1.4.0_1 is marked as broken: this port fails to build with
> *** Error code 1
> What's this?
> What are my alternatives to get a NX server running on FreeBSD?
> # pkg_add -r freenx
> isn't found ...
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well freenx now provides nxserver I tried updating the ports but the freenx
tarball isn't very clear like it used to be since, since the files have
changed so much from what the old version used to be like. you could try
freenx and see if it will work or not. Since I m pretty sure the port is
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