One word of warning, Kubuntu 12.10 Nx server (nomachine) has issues
reconnecting to sessions at present - hoping your NX version doesn't....
Freenx also have no version for Ubuntu 12.10 at present...
This area is one where Linux is lacking (by default) at present.
NX is possibly the best protocol I have used, it really should be built
into KDE/Gnome by default.
Thanks for your efforts - this project deserves to do well.
Look forward to the Ubuntu 12.10 release.
On 7 November 2012 16:50, Fritz Elfert <fritz@...> wrote:
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> That mainly depends on avalability of Ubuntu 12.10 on OpenSuSE build
> service. I don't know their schedule, but it usually does not take too
> long until new versions pop up in their GUI.
> On 11/05/2012 11:27 AM, Morgan Cox wrote:
> > Hi.
> > Do you have a time scale for an Ubuntu 12.10 release ?
> > Am I better off compiling from source at present (or attempt to make my
> > own debs?)
> > There doesn't appear to any fully supported NX server for 12.10 yet ...
> > I know that Unity have royally messed up their 'desktop' which has made
> > it unusable for people who work remotely but I use Kubuntu which is fine.
> > The present nomachine nxserver has an odd but for Kubuntu 12.10 - when I
> > re-connect I just see blocks of colour instead of text, icons, etc (i.e
> > at present resume doesn't work..) - aside from the reconnecting bug
> > though KDE is fine with 12.10.
> > I can't actually give nomachine a bug report as i'm not a subscriber
> > (does anyone know a way for me to give abug report)?
> > Regards
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