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How is FreeNX different from VNC? How is it different from XDMCP based session?

"NX also tunnels Remote Desktop Protocol (for Windows Terminal Server sessions) and remote VNC sessions (all types of OS platforms) and lets them benefit from the same speed improvements."

From what I understand, the speed increase from using nx as opposed to VNC comes from actually sending information from Xorg as to how the screen should be displayed whearas VNC just transfers images. I believe the above statement is wrong.~

Can't see any mention of the fact you can run the nx client on windows... EAi 00:09, 18 July 2006 (UTC)

Tunneling vs. converting, and proxy vs. application server

As far as I understand, NX does not tunnel RDP and VNC, but it converts these protocols to compressed X11. The NX node contains its own X11 display server which allows to display RDP and VNC. Then the resulting X11 drawing commands are compressed and sent to the client.

As a consequence, the NX client needs not know about RDP or VNC.

The word "proxy" seems wrong to me too. In the case of RDP and VNC, the node acts as an application server, not a proxy.

In the case of X11 data, the node can behave both as a proxy (X server on the client), or as an application server (X server on the node). The round-trips are avoided only in the second case.

Could someone with better knowledge of NX than I have fix the page, or prove me wrong? MathsPoetry (talk) 12:32, 20 January 2009 (UTC)

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License

NoMachine announced that Version 4 of the software, will be only available under a closed source license. (http://www.nomachine.com/news-read.php?idnews=331) This was slashdotted. 13.13.137.3 (talk) 03:40, 22 December 2010 (UTC)

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client, server, ...?

Re: "NX software is currently available for Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, and Solaris. NoMachine has clients available for Windows and Mac OS X", is the first sentence about the NX server, whereas the second sentence is about the NX client? And while i'm at it, does "client" mean the end-user side, or the other way around, à la X-Window? --Jerome Potts (talk) 07:36, 12 August 2011 (UTC)

What about sound?

Does any of the NX software forward sound? -- Preceding unsigned comment added by 68.38.196.235 (talk) 23:10, 13 October 2011 (UTC)

New protocol

Version 4.n uses SSL instead of SSH, and the change introduces complications. Perhaps a NoMachine person would step in to explain this all please? Rleir (talk) 14:38, 13 June 2014 (UTC)

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