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Old 08-11-2013, 03:31 AM   #1
azurvii
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NX Player crashes when connecting to NX Server with "create a new session"


I did some search, but I did not succeed in finding any post having the similar issue like mine.

I followed the steps and installed nxclient/nxnode/nxserver (3.5.0) on Debian 7, and NX Player (4.0 Preview6) on my Mac. I can connect and use the "physical display" session, and use it without any problem. But the issue is:
If I "Create a new session", no matter what session I choose (GNOME/KDE/XFCE, all the desk environments are usable on the server), the NX Player will crash right after you establish the connection.
After restart the NX player and log in, the session stays in the active session list. If you don't do anything, the session will stay alive. But the player will crash if you start clicking around.
 
  


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