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Linux Nxd 7.5 Setup Extra Quality


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Linux Nxd 7.5 Setup Extra Quality


How to Install and Configure Linux Nxd 7.5 for Remote Access


Linux Nxd 7.5 is a software that allows you to access remote Linux desktops and applications over the internet. It is based on the NoMachine technology, which provides high performance, low latency and secure connections. In this article, we will show you how to install and configure Linux Nxd 7.5 on your Linux system.


Step 1: Download Linux Nxd 7.5


You can download Linux Nxd 7.5 from the official website[^1^]. There are different versions available for different Linux distributions and architectures. Choose the one that matches your system and download the .tar.gz file.


Step 2: Extract Linux Nxd 7.5


Once you have downloaded the file, you need to extract it to a folder of your choice. You can use the following command to do so:


tar -xzf nxd-7.5-release-20160313.1.tar.gz


This will create a folder called nxd-7.5-release-20160313.1 in your current directory.


Step 3: Install Linux Nxd 7.5


To install Linux Nxd 7.5, you need to run the setup script inside the extracted folder. You can do this by using the following command:


cd nxd-7.5-release-20160313.1


sudo ./setup.sh


This will launch a graphical installer that will guide you through the installation process. You can accept the default options or customize them according to your preferences.


Step 4: Configure Linux Nxd 7.5


After the installation is complete, you need to configure Linux Nxd 7.5 to suit your needs. You can do this by using the "Server Services" console, which you can access by clicking on the NxD icon in your system tray or by running the following command:


nxdserver --services


This will open a window where you can enable or disable various services, such as:


The Cloud Server service, which allows you to create and manage user accounts and repositories for remote access.


The Proxy CLI service, which allows you to activate and deactivate the proxy service for remote connections.


The Terminal Server service, which allows you to run multiple sessions of remote desktops and applications on your system.


The Web UI service, which allows you to access and manage your remote sessions from a web browser.


You can also change other settings, such as port numbers, security options, logging levels and more.


Step 5: Connect to Linux Nxd 7.5


Once you have configured Linux Nxd 7.5, you are ready to connect to it from another device. You can do this by using one of the following methods:


The NxD Client software, which you can download from the official website[^1^] and install on your device. You can then enter your username and password and choose a repository and a session to connect to.


The Web UI service, which you can access from any web browser by entering the URL of your Linux Nxd 7.5 server (for example, https://your-server-ip:4443). You can then log in with your username and password and choose a repository and a session to connect to.


The Proxy CLI service, which you can use from any terminal emulator by entering the following command:


nxdclient --proxy --host your-server-ip --port 4000 --user your-username --password your-password --repository your-repository --session your-session


You can then enjoy your remote Linux desktop or application with high performance, low latency and secure connection. 248dff8e21






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