On Nov 20, 2007, at 1:17 pm, stephanebrossier wrote:
I used to use nx client to connect to my linux machine at work from
Since i installed leopard, it does not work anymore.
It looks like the connection is established, i can see that sshd
spawned a new sshd for the
nx user on the linux box, but the session never shows up on my mac.
I don't see any errrors
but the session never appears on my mac and i get a message that it
just timed out.
I am wondering if this is not related to x11 not accepting the
remote display, but that's just a guess.
I tried to run a ssh -x <server_machine> and from there start a
xterm and that part seems to work fine.
Has there been any change on leopard i should know about?
Also where does x11 spits its logs on macosX (leopard).
Helps greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Hi, I don't have much advice to offer but NX is working OK for me
under 10.5. I'm running the version of X11 that came with 10.5,
The NX software is the same as I used under 10.4. On the Mac, NX
Client 3.0.0-73, connecting to a centos (redhat) linux server with
nx-2.1.0-7.el4.centos and freenx-0.6.0-13.el4.centos installed.
(There are newer versions than these, but if it isn't broke...)
Now that I don't have to launch X11 explicitly I connect by starting
Terminal, run "ssh host", then connect using the NX client. My ssh is
configured to forward the NX port to a local port.
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