NoMachine Remote Desktop Connection Quick-Start Visual Guide for OpenSUSE

March 8th, 2016 by thelinuxevangelist

Linux OpenSUSE NoMachine Connection Quick-Start




The Linux Tutorial Shows You Step-by-Step How-to Make the Initial Free NoMachine Server SetUp for Linux / Mac / Windows NoMachine Clients Access on Network from OpenSUSE GNU / Linux.

Then it will be Necessary to Installing the NonMachine Software also on All Clients who wish to Access this location.

The Server is the machine To which You want to Access. The Client is the machine From which You Remotely Access.

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Linux OpenSUSE NoMachine Remote Desktop Connection Quick-Start - Featured
  1. How-to Install NoMachine Software on OpenSUSE Linux:

    NoMachine OpenSUSE Quick-Start
  2. NoMachine Linux Server Connection Set-Up

    1. Run NoMachine on OpenSUSE
    2. Create a New Connection on OpenSUSE Server
      Quick-Start NoMachine Client Remote Desktop Connection on OpenSUSE - Create a New Connection
    3. Select the Protocol
      Or Simply Click on Continue
      Quick-Start NoMachine Client Remote Desktop Connection on OpenSUSE - Select Protocol
    4. Select the Host URL
      Or Simply ‘localhost’ for Connection on Local Network
      Quick-Start NoMachine Client Remote Desktop Connection on OpenSUSE - Set Host URL
    5. Choose the Authentication Method
      You can simply choose the User/Pass mode
      Quick-Start NoMachine Client Remote Desktop Connection on OpenSUSE - Select Authentication Method
    6. Eventually Set a Proxy
      Quick-Start NoMachine Client Remote Desktop Connection on OpenSUSE -
    7. Put a Name to the Connection
      And Click on Done
      Quick-Start NoMachine Client Remote Desktop Connection on OpenSUSE -
      Then the OpenSUSE Server Desktop will be Available on NoMachine Local Network!
  3. How-to Install NoMachine Software on Linux Clients:

    NoMachine Linux Quick-Start



  4. NoMachine Clients Remote Access to the NoMachine OpenSUSE Server

    1. On Desktop Taskbar Click on the NoMachine Icon
      Then simply Select the Available Connection.
      Quick-Start NoMachine Client Remote Desktop Connection on OpenSUSE - Select Connection
    2. Login with the NoMachine User/Pass Credentials
      Quick-Start NoMachine Client Remote Desktop Connection on OpenSUSE - Login
    3. Remote Connection to Desktop on localhost
      Quick-Start NoMachine Client Remote Desktop Connection on OpenSUSE - Remote Desktop
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