On 13/11/09 18:46, Hans Witvliet wrote:
On Thu, 2009-11-12 at 16:26 -0800, Adam Sailer wrote:
>> Thanks, already been there before asking. Unless I'm missing
>> can only find the freenx-client while
searching under the 'openSUSE
> freenx *is* nx :^)
> I know, I'm looking for the SERVER package, not the CLIENT package...
> I find 'FreeNX-0.7.*.rpm' under the 'openSUSE Factory' search setting
this work on
11.2? Guess I'll try it anyway.
last what i heards from the free-nx stuff, was that it is serilously
Can you elaborate on this, what is "seriously broken", I use it all day
and every day.
I was reffering to:
(While writing, i noticed that David was referring to an broken client)
Sorry, for the noise, i'll blame bad mem, or the flue....
On Sat, 2009-06-06 at 15:05 -0500, David C. Rankin wrote:
Joop Beris wrote:
I have recently installed NX server, after switching to openSUSE 11.1.
However, I can't seem to log in. It used to work beautifully on openSUSE
What I did is the following:
- First of all, to install the NX server, I added the following repository:
This resulted in the following
packages being installed:
freenx-client is broken and has been since July 1, 2008 (look at bugzilla)
Download another nx-client and it should work. Also, make sure you get the
certificates in the right place...
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