I am assuming you're referring to my FreeNX
When you install the nx and freenx Slackware packages using installpkg
your NX server is already functional. You could check the file
and rename it to
if you need to change any of the default values.
There is no startup script or anything else to start for the FreeNX server to work. Just run a NX-client on your workstation and connect it to your new FreeNX server's IP address.
By the way, even though the packages are stored in a directory called "pkg/10.1/" because they were built on Slackware 10.1, they should work on Slackware 10.2 as well.
You do need of course to download a client for NX from the NoMachine
website - there's not much you can do with only a server :-)