NoMachine NX is a proprietary remote desktop program which offers more features compared to VNC.
In this tutorial we will covering the process of installing and configuring NoMachine NX on Ubuntu.
Note: NoMachine NX is free for both commercial and personal use, however if you need more features and support you must purchase an Enterprise license.
- A Vultr instance with Ubuntu.
- Display Manager (SDDM, KDM, LightDM, etc…) installed on your Instance.
- Desktop Environment (KDE, Mate, LXDE, XFCE, etc…) installed on your Instance.
Setting up NoMachine NX:
Download and install the NoMachine NX package on your server. You may check for newer releases on the [official site].
If you want audio support, you should install PulseAudio before installing NoMachine NX:
sudo apt-get install pulseaudio
If you are using x86_64:
wget http://download.nomachine.com/download/5.1/Linux/nomachine_5.1.9_6_amd64.deb sudo dpkg -i nomachine_5.1.9_6_amd64.deb
If you are using x86:
wget http://download.nomachine.com/download/5.1/Linux/nomachine_5.1.9_7_i386.deb sudo dpkg -i nomachine_5.1.9_7_i386.deb
Note: If you are using a firewall, you must allow incoming connections to ports 4000 (TCP) and ports from 4011 to 4999 (UDP):
sudo ufw allow 4000/tcp sudo ufw allow 4011:4999/udp
sudo iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 4000 -j ACCEPT sudo iptables -A INPUT -p udp --match multiport --dports 4011:4999 -j ACCEPT
For default ports in NoMachine NX see [here].
Now you can connect to your server using your NoMachine NX client.
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