VNC - nomachine
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Has anyone had success with nomachine?
If so, which version did you install?

Thanks.
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#2
I've had to switch to NoMachine to manage my Pi's as I cant get RealVNC (player/viewer) working on Manjaro.
I was able to run Real VNC on Debian Mate using the Raspbian DEB file to install RealVNC (armhf if i recall)
Since switching to manjaro which is using aarm64 not armhf I wastn able to find a DEB file for Arm64.
As there is now a 64bit beta of RasberryPi OS (new name for Raspbian), I am hopeful that an arm64 DEb file for RealVNC will become available soon so i can revert to using RealVNC whihc does seem to be more efficient and less resource intensive.

Which OS is it you are trying to install NoMachine on?
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(06-06-2020, 06:13 AM)gandlers Wrote: I've had to switch to NoMachine to manage my Pi's as I cant get RealVNC (player/viewer) working on Manjaro.
I was able to run Real VNC on Debian Mate using the Raspbian DEB file to install RealVNC (armhf if i recall)
Since switching to manjaro which is using aarm64 not armhf I wastn able to find a DEB file for Arm64.
As there is now a 64bit beta of RasberryPi OS (new name for Raspbian), I am hopeful that an arm64 DEb file for RealVNC will become available soon so i can revert to using RealVNC whihc does seem to be more efficient and less resource intensive.

Which OS is it you are trying to install NoMachine on?

I'm running manjaro.
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