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Old 10-09-2006, 12:13 AM   #1
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Need help with FreeNX


Hello

I have some problems with my FreeNX server. THe problem is that when i m connected with nx client to my server, sometimes my home connection goes off, so im getting disconnected emediatelly from server. When im trying to login to it again, i dont see any applications running, before i lost connection to server. Also i saw, that my left working aplications are showed in system monitor in processes, but they are not on my desktop anymore. If i want to start them again, i must kill these processes and start again, which is not good. Maybe i can get these applications showed again on my desktip somehow from processes?

So the question would be, what can i do, that if im loosing connection, i could connect to it again and see everything as i left. When im quiting from server, suspending session, i can get to it normally again with connecting. I can see everything in places as i left.

Please, any ideas im using kubuntu.
 
  


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