User Tools

Site Tools


doc:faq:start

Differences

This shows you the differences between two versions of the page.

Link to this comparison view

Both sides previous revision Previous revision
Next revision
Previous revision
doc:faq:start [2015/08/23 13:53]
ionic Merge with previous doc:faq page, spelling, grammar and other fixes.
doc:faq:start [2015/08/23 14:10] (current)
ionic Fix OS X client link.
Line 14: Line 14:
 ==== Can I install FreeNX and X2Go Server on one system? ==== ==== Can I install FreeNX and X2Go Server on one system? ====
  
-Yes - the NX libraries of X2Go are actually the most recent stable versions of NXv3 libs available. They are versioned as 3.5.0.x and include the patchset developed by X2Go and [[https://​github.com/​ArcticaProject/​nx-libs|others]]. NoMachine dropped the NXv3 development branch completely and NXv4 was released as closed source only :-(.+Yes - the NX libraries of X2Go are actually the most recent stable versions of NXv3 libs available. They are versioned as 3.5.0.x and include the patchset developed by X2Go and [[https://​github.com/​ArcticaProject/​nx-libs|others]]. NoMachine dropped the NXv3 development branch completely and NXv4 was released as closed source only:-(
  
 In former times the NX libs shipped with X2Go installed into an X2Go'​ish location so that they would not interfere with the original NX libraries. ​ In former times the NX libs shipped with X2Go installed into an X2Go'​ish location so that they would not interfere with the original NX libraries. ​
Line 90: Line 90:
 Strictly speaking, the only daemon/​service that needs to be running is the SSH daemon. If users can connect to your server via an SSH client, then they should be able to connect via X2Go Client or PyHoca-GUI/​PyHoca-CLI. Strictly speaking, the only daemon/​service that needs to be running is the SSH daemon. If users can connect to your server via an SSH client, then they should be able to connect via X2Go Client or PyHoca-GUI/​PyHoca-CLI.
  
-Depending on your Linux distribution,​ there may be an X2Go server init script called ''​x2goserver''​ or a systemd service called ''​x2gocleansessions.service''​. It is highly recommended that this service be enabled. It handles session cleanup, but does '''​not''' ​provide X2Go "login functionality"​. You must not assume that the service is running correctly if logins via any of the X2Go client applications are possible. It is also '''​not''' ​a prerequisite for new X2Go sessions.+Depending on your Linux distribution,​ there may be an X2Go server init script called ''​x2goserver''​ or a systemd service called ''​x2gocleansessions.service''​. It is highly recommended that this service be enabled. It handles session cleanup, but does **not** provide X2Go "login functionality"​. You must not assume that the service is running correctly if logins via any of the X2Go client applications are possible. It is also ***not*** a prerequisite for new X2Go sessions.
  
 ==== Does X2Go support Wayland or Mir? ==== ==== Does X2Go support Wayland or Mir? ====
Line 112: Line 112:
 ==== Is there an OS X Client? ==== ==== Is there an OS X Client? ====
  
-[[doc:​installation:​x2goclient#​macos_x|Yes!]]+[[doc:​installation:​x2goclient#​os_x|Yes!]]
  
 ==== Why is there no sound using Linux? ==== ==== Why is there no sound using Linux? ====
doc/faq/start.1440338021.txt.gz ยท Last modified: 2015/08/23 13:53 by ionic