[CentOS] opennx wants to replace nxclient on all my CentOS 6 servers

Johnny Hughes johnny at centos.org
Fri Nov 30 16:26:32 UTC 2012


On 11/30/2012 10:17 AM, Greg Bailey wrote:
> Looks like opennx appeared in the extras repository some time recently.  
> Because the extras repository is enabled by default, all of the servers 
> where I have nxclient installed are showing opennx as available which 
> will obsolete nxclient.
>
> I went ahead and upgraded on my laptop but the resulting opennx 
> installation didn't launch properly.  I'm now modifying my yum 
> configurations everywhere to add exclude=opennx
>
> Without diving into the merits of whether I should be using nxclient 
> from nomachine.com or the open-source opennx, I'm concerned that I ended 
> up with a broken NX client and I don't remember seeing an announcement 
> that this software package was added to extras.  Is that information 
> communicated via a mailing list that perhaps I'm not subscribed to?
>
> thanks,
> Greg
>

We don't normally announce extras packages.

I will test it in the case of a replacing of the NoMachine nxclient.

What version of the nomachine client were you using?



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