hcrissman at secure-mind.net
Tue Jun 14 13:26:51 UTC 2005
I did more research. I still do not know what the issue is but last night I was able to connect to my
Freenx machine from behind my firewall. Looks like it was not an issue w/ FreeNX after all.
* Hugh Crissman <hcrissman at secure-mind.net> [2005-06-13 17:02:46]:
> I got the same issue on my windows XP machine connecting to my Ubuntu Freenx
> server. It connects, authenticates, brings up the "X" window but never loads
> Ubuntu. I looked in my logs and did not see anything. It worked last friday so I
> am begining to think that there was an update that caused this. Where can I
> check most recent updates installed? I did try apt-get --purge remove freenx and
> removing/reinstalling the client on the Win box. No luck. I am installing from
> backports, I think (ie. it is in my sources.list). Any other ideas would be
> greatly appreciated.
> Hugh Crissman
> * Dennis Kaarsemaker <dennis at kaarsemaker.net> [2005-06-13 16:28:40]:
> > I have installed freenx on 2 ubuntu machines. On the server I have
> > enabled user dennis to use freenx with nxserver --useradd and nxserver
> > --passwd.
> > On the client I have installed the correct ssh key.
> > When I connect the client to the freenx server the connecting goes will
> > up to the point where I think I should get a GUI. I see a new window
> > popping up briefly and immediately closing. The freenx client als o
> > exits at that point.
> > What could be causing this..?
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