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Installing FreeNX 0.7.1 on Ubuntu

In my own experience, FreeNX is more robust, stable, predictable, easier to customize and to debug than NoMachine’s closed binary components.
Read the guide here


I decided to use FreeNX instead of NoMachine’s own implementation due to the instability of the latter. Most of the times, I could not reconnect to my running sessions, or else NX decided to kill my running session and start a new one. FreeNX is a collection of shell scripts, which makes it easier to debug and troubleshoot problems

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