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Jan 13, 2011

I have a script that basically adds a zypper repo, then proceeds to install and configure FreeNX.To add the repo:

Code:

zypper addrepo Index of /repositories/X11:/RemoteDesktop/openSUSE_11.1 RemoteDesktop

To install FreeNX & it's relevant dependencies:

Code:

zypper install FreeNX

To setup and configure FreeNX:

Code:

nxsetup --install --setup-nomachine-key --clean --purge
sed -i 's/AllowUsers idcuser/AllowUsers idcuser nx/' /etc/ssh/sshd_config
service sshd reload

[code]....

After completing these steps on version 11, I can immediately open the FreeNX client (windows 7), and connect. On 11.1, at the very end of the FreeNX connect, just after "Dowloading the session information", I get:

Code:

NX> 105 startsession --link="lan" --backingstore="1" --encryption="1" --cache="16M" --images="64M" --shmem="1" --shpix="1" --strict="0" --composite="1" --media="0" --session="170.224.164.19" --type="unix-gnome" --geometry="1274x956" --client="winnt" --keyboard="pc102/en_US" --screeninfo="1274x956x16+render"

Permission denied (publickey,keyboard-interactive).NX> 280 Exiting on signal: 15 I've googled this to death, and tried a bunch of random changes to both ssh and nxserver, but I can't seem to get rid of it. What might have changed from 11 to 11.1 that could cause this behavior change? The NXserver seems to be configured and running identical on both systems.

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