Is there a way to see if (and which) a user has logged on to an (Ubuntu) Linux machine via NoMachine - similar to when a Windows machine shows which user is remotely using it?
I am running Ubuntu on a box and have X2GO installed which is working great except copy and paste. the client is a windows machine (tried 2 windows machines just in case) everything is up to date. ...
I have an arbitrary application (perhaps several) running on a server, and I want a remote client to be able to connect to the server and use a specific application (and only that application). In the ...
I can't seem to find much about how the NX protocol actually works. I have heard it does something with sending X11 commands. But does this mean that the listening clients need to have an x server to ...
My users need a solution with these requirements: Remote access to multiple Linux-based applications Remote access from multiple clients (not simultaneous) Application grouping needed such that all ...
I run an NX server on my ubuntu work computer and use an NX client on my ubuntu home computer to work from home. The problem with this set up is that I have to create a new X session whenever I do ...