FreeNX - suspend & resume problem
bennovack at gmail.com
Wed Jul 13 12:15:37 UTC 2005
On 7/13/05, Ben Novack <bennovack at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 7/13/05, Magnus Therning <magnus at therning.org> wrote:
> > On Wed, Jul 13, 2005 at 02:46:46AM -0400, volvoguy wrote:
> > >On 7/12/05, Ben Novack <bennovack at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >> On 7/12/05, volvoguy <volvoguy at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >> > Holy cow! Yep, it's as fast as I remember. If possible, it feels
> > >> > faster than working on the local machine!?! It offered me a 1600x1200
> > >> > desktop (which is what my windows machine is running) and I KNOW the
> > >> > card in my server can't support that. Weird.
> > >> >
> > >> > Thanks a lot for the tip!
> > >>
> > >> Really? I'm not offered 1600... odd.
> > >>
> > >> Yeah, it's p retty damn impressive; it pretty much eliminates the need
> > >> for KVMs for most situations. The only caveat is that session
> > >> suspension issue; until I get that worked out, I can't keep gaim,
> > >> downloads, etc going over several logins.
> > >>
> > >
> > >So back to the original issue. I simply closed my Windows client with
> > >the good ol' X in the upper-right corner and it asked me if I wanted to
> > >log out or suspend. I chose suspend and reopened the client (I had
> > >actually saved the session as a shortcut on my desktop) and it
> > >connected to the previous session.
> > >
> > >Are you guys that are having problems using an open-source freenx
> > >client or the one provided by nomachine?
> > I'm running FreeNX on the server and the NoMachine client on a Windows
> > box. I opted to use my own key (since it's more secure). Connecting
> > works just fine but re-connecting after a suspend results in a window
> > flickering and then nothing, just like explained in the original post.
> > /M
> I'm running FreeNX on the server, and the NoMachine client for Windows as well.
> However, I did just edit /etc/xserver/node.conf to uncomment
> ENABLE_AUTORECONNECT and set it to 1. Once I get to work I can test if
> that does the trick.
> (On a side note, I'm also seeing a problem with the NM OS X client
> where it fails to 'create an authentication cookie' in X11; until I
> get that fixed I don't know how well it works.)
Magnus, try that edit - it just worked like a charm for me. If it
doesn't work, I'll take another cruise through the config file and see
if I changed anything else, but I'm pretty sure that's all I did.
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