Legacy Mode

X Server technology has been around for over twenty-five years. X-Win32 tries to stay current with existing X Server standards, but this can sometimes affect the functioning of older applications. If your application is not running correctly try the following … Continued

License Location for version 7 and below

Licenses were stored in the Windows Registry in Version 7 and below. Follow the Steps to obtain your license. Please use caution when editing the registry. h4 . Floating Licenses Run X-Config Click on the “license” tab </> VN Node … Continued

License Locations

FastX 1 User Location Individual %LOCALAPPDATA%\StarNet Communications\FastX\license.lic Individual %LOCALAPPDATA%\StarNet Communications\license.lic Individual (XP Users) %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\StarNet Communications\FastX\license.lic Individual (XP Users) %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Application Data\StarNet Communications\license.lic All Users %PROGRAMFILES%\StarNet Communications\license.lic All Users (64 bit Windows) %PROGRAMFILES(X86)%\StarNet Communications\FastX\license.lic X-Win32 18 User Location Individual … Continued

License Server Installation

Floating and Named-user licenses use the RLM license server to distribute licenses. This article explains how to create and activate a license server on your network. RLM License Server Installation Preinstallation Setup Installing the RLM Server on Windows Installing the … Continued

License Upgrade

X-Win32 2011 and later use the RLM licensing system. Floating licenses now require a License Server in order to run. X-Win32 automatically checks if a license is currently installed on the Windows system. Users may see the following message on … Continued

Licensing Errors

Activation key not found in database No license for product (-1) Read Error From Network (-105) Bad hostname for network connect (-131) Key already used No hostids available Host license.starnet.com not found wrong host for license (-4) System clock has … Continued

LIVE Error: Address in Use

LIVE sessions may fail to run if there is already a service running on the port that it is trying to connect to. See LIVE Server Ports for a list of ports First check your rxserver.log If you find the … Continued

LIVE Error: QtLockedFile lock No locks available

The LIVE server has been designed to work with mounted directories. However under certain circumstances the LIVE Server will fail with the following error in the $HOME/.nx-servername/rxserver.log file QtLockedFile::lock(): fcntl: No locks available 16.04.2008 16:01:04.521: Failed to lock the file … Continued

LIVE Error: rxsci.log Balloons out of control

When installing the LIVE server on RHEL3, the rxsci file may balloon out of control due to a close message constantly being sent to the log file. To aliviate this issue please do the following: edit the rxsci file Add … Continued

LIVE Server Installation Instructions: Linux

* Please note: This knowledge base article is for a legacy product.  MacLIVE, LinuxLIVE, and LIVE Server are no longer supported.  FastX is the new standard for remote Linux display.  For more information on FastX, please click here. LIVE Server … Continued

LIVE Server Installation is Incorrect

If you receive this error, you could successfully connect to the remote system but there is an error when launching the LIVE Server. This usually occurs if your LIVE Server has not been installed, or if you installed the LIVE … Continued

LIVE Server Log Files

When launching a LIVE session sometimes your session may not launch as expected. In these instances you may want to check the log files to see what has occurred. On the Windows side the messages that appear show the ssh … Continued

LIVE Session Ports

By default, LIVE Sessions tunnel all traffic through ssh TCP port 22. On the Unix side, there are several ports that the LIVE Server listens on. These ports not have anything listening on them in order for LIVE to function … Continued

Load Balancing with XDMCP

When connecting with XDMCP, the remote hosts can be configured to display the amount of load on each system in a broadcast or multiquery screen. On most modern systems this is configured by default as seen in the status of … Continued

MacLIVE: Host Key Verification Failed

When attempting to connect using MacLIVE, the connection may be automatically rejected with the following error: Host key verification failed. If you are connecting to a host who’s IP address changes frequently (for example if you use DHCP to assign … Continued

Multiple Screen Support

X-Win32 can be configured to accept DISPLAYS with multiple screens (192.168.5.2:0.0, 192.168.5.2:0.1, 192.168.5.2:0.2 etc). Select the number of screens you would like to use to enable multiple screen support. Multiple Screen support is only available in Standard Window Style (See … Continued

Nodelocked License Activation

Nodelocked licenses are tied to the physical hardware of the machine they are installed on. Each machine activates one license. Once activated, Nodelocked licenses can run independently and they do not need a connection to a license server. Licenses can … Continued