Installing the FreeNX server on Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat
Installing FreeNX on Ubuntu 10.10 by modifying the repository after you have installed it.
Installation of FreeNX server on Ubuntu. In Ubuntu, users have two choices for their NX server :
Download it from here: nxsetup.tar.gz. Extract the file nxsetup. Keep it safe. We will need it.
Now, navigate to the directory to where you have extracted the nxsetup file. Then, move the file into the proper directory: /usr/lib/nx/ with:
sudo mv nxsetup /usr/lib/nx/nxsetup
Finally, make sure you change the ownership of this file once you moved it so that it is owned by root:
sudo chown root:root /usr/lib/nx/nxsetup
sudo /usr/lib/nx/nxsetup --install
Re: Installing the FreeNX server on Ubuntu 10.10 Maverick Meerkat
Is it possible to install FreeNX by exactly this method to install it on Kubuntu Linux? Also i have Kubuntu 9.10. So will this version of the file work on Kubuntu 9.10 as well? Or will i have to update Kubuntu to 10.10? Also if i use Kubuntu and not Ubuntu 10.10 will this work? If it does, then i dont mind updrading the OS to version 10.10 I have few thin clients to setup at my small Office Setup which i operate from my house itself. Thanks!
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