Ideas for X improvement.

David Jackson djackson452 at
Sat May 28 06:02:37 PDT 2011

sorry i was wrong

On Sat, May 28, 2011 at 2:35 AM, Evgeny M. Zubok <evgeny.zubok at>wrote:

> David Jackson <djackson452 at> writes:
> > As far as I know NX is a tunneling and compression technology but will
> > not maintain a persistant X applications or session. The applications
> > are started when you connect from a remote location.
> NX, along with compression and caching technologies, provides session
> persistence, desktop sharing and session shadowing. Do you mean that or
> anything else?
> Section 4.4 from
> 4.4 Session persistence
> NX allows you to disconnect a session, either a desktop or a
> floating-window session, from the remote display, i.e the proxy agent
> will no longer be connected to any X client. But this doesn't have any
> implication on your remote applications, which will continue to be
> running. You will be able to reconnect the session later, even from a
> different machine. More information about the NX session reconnection
> policies are available here(link).
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