Release Notes: This release is mainly focused on fixing nxagent problems arising with applications that use the most recent versions of Cairo libraries. Among these problems are a possible session crash when running Firefox or Thunderbird and a degradation of performance.
Release Notes: This version includes fixes to the X11 agent to solve problems such as: the nxagent process crashes when trying to open a nx session within a tigervnc session, and application menus may be shown with wrong or corrupted content.
Release Notes: This new minor version provides packages compliant with the most recent Debian policies and solves issues affecting NX Core such as some key combinations not working in shadow sessions and Java Webstart applications in floating window mode failing to start.
Release Notes: The node package provides a new nxagent that fixes some visualization problems. One of these problems was that terminal output could become invisible (white on white) in an NX session. Another problem was that some text and icons could be displayed incorrectly inside a GNOME or KDE session.
Release Notes: This package includes fixes made on the X11 agent to solve issues such as local and remote NumLock keys not being synchronized, and where the taskbar icon could be missing after minimizing the NX full screen window.
Release Notes: This release resolves mostly a number of issues affecting the nxagent component. For example, the mouse mapping configuration may be ignored in an NX session, memory usage of nxagent may grow in sessions running for a long time, and the nxagent may crash when running jgears.
Release Notes: This version solves an issue related to the sharing of the remote desktop on Ubuntu 9.10 and includes updates to NX Core components which solve certain problems. For example, shadow sessions could show a black screen if the MIT-SHM extension is disabled in the shadowed display, a rootless session may be restored without window border granularity, and the nxagent may receive unwanted characters.
Release Notes: The new node comes with improvements to the installation procedure to be able to detect and use the Xsession command for running KDE and GNOME sessions. It also adds support for CUPS 1.4 and, together with the new server, implements the ability to run sessions as the root user.
Release Notes: This release includes a solution for some printing issues, e.g. NX Node could leave a non-working printer in the system. It also fixes some problems affecting the NX Core components. These include possible unexpected termination of the X11 agent under certain conditions, such as when running code handling colormaps on-64 bit platforms, or in case of a possible type mismatch in the frame buffer code.