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  1. #1
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    Linux Remote Desktop

    Linux Remote Desktop using NOMachine..


    This Is newbies Guide for Linux Remote Desktop using windows XP, This is basic guide. I will Update from Feedback from community..



    Download Install NX Free Edition for Linux..

    # Download the RPMs

    # sudo rpm -i nxclient-3.1.0-2.i386.rpm
    # sudo rpm -i nxnode-3.1.0-3.i386.rpm
    # sudo rpm -i nxserver-3.1.0-2.i386.rpm

    Installing Desktop Environment


    # yum groupinstall "KDE (K Desktop Environment)"


    Creating a System Account

    More info http://www.nomachine.com/configuration.php

    The general form of the command is:

    nxserver --useradd USERNAME --system OPTIONS [--administrator]

    OPTIONS can be any of the following options. If no option is specified,
    the server will create the account using the default settings configured for the useradd
    system command:

    --home=homedir
    Specify the user's home. The value specified by command line overrides the value set in the server USER_HOME configuration key.

    --nohome
    Don't create the user's home

    --gid=gid
    Specify the user's Group ID. The value specified

    by command line overrides the value set in the
    server USER_ID configuration key.

    --uid=uid
    Specify the user's User ID. The value specified

    by command line overrides the value set in the
    server UserId configuration key.

    The --administrator option must be specified when you want to grant NX administrator privileges to the user.

    For example:

    nxserver --useradd test_user --system
    nxserver --useradd test_user1 --system --administrator
    nxserver --useradd test_user2 --system --home=/tmp/test_user --gid=tests

    Now...


    Install NX Client for Windows on your pc...


    Login Remote Desktop using nomachine




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  2. #2
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    Sorry, but I dont use Your OS. In debian, I type commands like:

    #!/bin/bash
    apt-get update
    apt-get install make gcc g++ bind9 flux
    apt-get install xserver-xorg xfonts-base
    apt-get install vncserver

    vncserver -geometry 1024x768 -depth 24

    and everything works

  3. #3
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    Why not just 'apt-get install vncserver' and it'll grab everything u need for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by portalgod View Post
    Why not just 'apt-get install vncserver' and it'll grab everything u need for you
    Thank you,, I did not know that,, will add to this later..
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    It`s pretty stupid question vncserver do not install X server...

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    What's wrong with?

    export DISPLAY=myip:0
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