Automated FreeNX Install Script for Ubuntu

Version: 1.2
Licence: GNU General Public License

This script will automatically install freeNX server and NX Client on Ubuntu (32 or 64 bit). It has been tested on Lucid, Karmic, Jaunty, Intrepid and Hardy. Please let me know if there are any problems.

To run, open a terminal and navigate to the directory you downloaded the file to. Then type these commands:

$ chmod +x freenx-install-ubuntu.sh
$ sudo ./freenx-install-ubuntu.sh

Go along with whatever it asks you.

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Changelog

Version 1.2

  • Updated the version of NX client downloaded to 3.4.0-7 to add compatibility with Lucid

Version 1.1

  • Updated the version of NX client downloaded to 3.4.0-5
  • J. Sauer

    Nice script for a ugly product.
    Why does this NX stuff not work against older Server Versions ? (i.e. NX Commercial Server 1.6.x or FreeNX first generation)

    Such a product without *working* downwards comatibility is K.O. Criteria here.

    Perhaps it is a waste of time, to maintainance such a product.

    We’re going to switch to x2go …

  • Rick Ogden

    x2go? I’ll have to look into that. Thanks for the comment!