I had a remote server that I used to connect via NX client from a Windows XP machine.
Suddenly it stopped working and the quick fix option for me was to restore the remote server from a previous image where everything was working. I did that, but now the previous user's setup is failing authentication (including root). I had the system passwords reset, yet NX client would fail authentication. Does anyone have a clue about this behavior?
To solve that problem, I am trying to reinstall NXserver on the remote Linux Ubuntu 11.X.X server.
I am not a Linux techie (to be specific, I am an ASP.Net Project Manager), so please bear with me.
I get the following error on installing the NXServer .deb file for amd64:
# sudo dpkg -i nxserver_3.5.0-9_amd64.deb Selecting previously deselected package nxserver. (Reading database ... 138791 files and directories currently installed.) Unpacking nxserver (from nxserver_3.5.0-9_amd64.deb) ... dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of nxserver: nxserver depends on nxclient (>= 3.5.0); however: Package nxclient is not installed. nxserver depends on nxnode (>= 3.5.0); however: Package nxnode is not installed. dpkg: error processing nxserver (--install): dependency problems - leaving unconfigured Errors were encountered while processing: nxserver
Should I be downloading and installing the NXClient and NXNode on this server?
I want to be sure, because I don't want to mess up this server and as I can't handle the command line world that I am forced into right now.