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NX Free Edition

NX Free Edition

NoMachine NX is a Terminal Server and Remote Access solution based on a comprising set of enterprise class open source technologies. It allows users to run remote X11 sessions across slow or low-bandwith connections, often at almost native speeds.

The NX project provides a suite of libraries and X11 proxying agents implementing efficient compression and optimized transport of X11, SMB, IPP, HTTP, and protocols like audio and video over the Internet.

NX uses the SSH protocol to send its data, making use of public key cryptography for authentication purposes. When an NX client connects to a server, the client program initially logs into the server using the 'nx' username, authenticated with the SSH public key method.

It is available in a number of editions: NX Server Free Edition, NX Enterprise Desktop Server, NX Small Business Server, NX Exterprise Server, and NX Advanced Server. Only the first of these server editions is available under the GPL license, the remaining servers are released under a proprietary license.

 NX Free Edition 4.3.30

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System Requirements
CPU: 400 MHz
RAM: 128 MB
Hard disk: 35 MB free disk
Network connection (either a LAN, or Internet link: dial-up (minimum 33.6 Kbps modem), broadband, cable, DSL, etc.)
NX Client
NX Node

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Features include:

  • Connects to XDMCP servers, Windows Terminal Services and Citrix MetaFrame
  • X11, RDP and VNC desktops securely
  • Integration of single X11 application with the native client desktop
  • Windows file sharing support lets you share a file/folder/entire disk from your Linux computer
  • Data SSL encryption and security
  • Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) support
  • Integration with SSH
  • PAM based authentication
  • Multimedia support - NX tunnels Linux multimedia channels
  • Printing support
  • Native support for 64-bit
  • NX Distributed computing architecture, a suite of Open Source technologies and commercial tools, to make network computing easier
  • Custom Scripts

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