I had NX v4 by NoMachine installed cleanly for both server and client under /opt; and everything worked properly. To communicate with a supercomputing center I was told I needed to install opennx. I installed the latter on my Fedora 17 using "yum install opennx". The installation process was completed without an error (opennx version 0.16.0.724), but it also removed NX v4 on its own. The files for the new installation are in /opt/opennx. There is a soft link /usr/NX that links to /opt/opennx.
In my .opennx file I have SystemNxDir=/opt/opennx. However, when I run nxclient I get the following two lines of errors:
can't open file '/opt/opennx/share/keyboards' (error 2: No such file or directory)
Error while reading keyboard table
The directory /opt/opennx/share does exist; it's the keyboard file that is missing. Oh, and there are a bunch of library files in /usr/lib64/nx but I'm not sure if they are remnants of NX4 or what (and anyway there are no keyboard related info there that I can tell)
1) any help to correct this problem would be deeply appreciated.
2) is there a way to allow coexistence of opennx and NoMachine's NX4 or later versions? (I'd like to use NX4's server capabilities on my workstation)
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