Re: how to close the nxclient session properly
Justin Guerin wrote:
On Wednesday 26 October 2005 17:08, kamaraju kusumanchi wrote:
I am using nxclient 1.5.0-113 downloaded from
http://www.nomachine.com/download.php on a Debian Sid machine.
On the client machine I run KDE. Inside this KDE session, when I run
nxclient (using the "available area" option in the general tab) then a
window pops up and connects to the server. When I close this window ( by
clicking on the X of the title bar of nxclient window), I will be given
an option to "suspend", "terminate", "cancel" the NX session. I always
choose "suspend" option so that I can start working from where I left
But if I use the "FullScreen" option in the general tab while
configuring the nxclient, then when I run nxclient, it opens a nxclient
session in full screen. Now I do not know how to suspend the current NX
session and resume it later. Since it is run in full screen with no
window whatsoever, I cannot do the previous method of clicking on X of
the window title bar.
any ideas on how to overcome this problem?
If you click in the upper right hand corner of your screen, the NX session
will minimize. Right click on your NX session in your taskbar, and select
close. The NX session will restore itself, and ask you if you want to
suspend, terminate or cancel.
Pretty intuitive, huh? ;-)
The upper right hand corner is actually a special pixel, by my
experience, very hand to get. Try moving the tip of your mouse over the
upper most left pixel, and click around for a special pixel. Your mouse
pointer will actually be outside of the screen.
That that intuitive...
Something visible would help! Maybe they will think about it later.
António Rafael C. Paiva
Computational NeuroEngineering Laboratory
Electrical & Computer Engineering Department
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611