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I wanted to connect to a Red Hat host with GUI. I have installed "No Machine" on that server. It worked perfectly. I got back to work a week later and the software is still installed but it no longer seems to work. I think I just need to run it again. The problem is that I don't have GUI access and I can't seem to find the instructions I previously used.

The question is:

How to run a NoMachine service from command line and check that it is running?

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Using command line:

to run the service:

/usr/NX/bin/nxserver –-start

to check if it is running:

/usr/NX/bin/nxserver –-status

Source:

http://www.linux.com/learn/tutorials/392935-remote-linux-desktops-with-nomachine-nx

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Hi. I may be wrong but I think it would be with two dashes /usr/NX/bin/nxserver --start btw, how did you find that page? I googled it up cause I thought it was a no brainer to google it and did not see that page as a result on the first page. :) –  Arthur Wulf White Jun 17 at 16:29
    
thanks for mention that -- myfault @ArthurWulfWhite –  Networker Jun 17 at 17:00

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