NX Client开发步骤

在freenx的svn库里有好几个NX Client工程,比如:qtnx,还有Python的实现版本gnx(仅限linux系统),因此,可以参照这些工程的实现。

Svn co http://svn.berlios.de/svnroot/repos/freenx/trunk freenx

  1. Connect to the server using nxssh

nxssh -nx -i /usr/NX/share/client.id_dsa.key nx@<host address>

If you are using encrypted session:

nxssh -nx -i /usr/NX/share/client.id_dsa.key nx@<host address> -B

for Windows client, you have to include the -v switch for encrypted sessions to work.

nxssh -nx -i /usr/NX/share/client.id_dsa.key nx@<host address> -v -B

You will get the following response:

NX> 203 NXSSH running with pid <some pid>

NX> 285 Enabling check on switch command

NX> 200 Connected to address: <address> on port: <port>

NX> 202 Authenticating user: nx

NX> 208 Using auth method: publickey

HELLO NXSERVER - Version 1.4.0-02 OS_(GPL)

NX> 105

  1. NX> 105 is kind of like a shell prompt. Now you respond with the client version

type: hello NXCLIENT - Version 1.4.0

You will get the following response:

NX> 105 hello NXCLIENT - Version 1.4.0

NX> 134 Accepted protocol: 1.4.0

NX> 105

  1. I think the production client then sends the following:

SET SHELL_MODE SHELL

response:

NX> 105 SET SHELL_MODE SHELL

NX> 105

SET AUTH_MODE PASSWORD

NX> 105 SET AUTH_MODE PASSWORD

NX> 105

  1. Then you send the login command

type: login

response:

NX> 105 login

NX> 101 User:

type: <username>

repsonse:

NX> 102 Password:

type: <your password>

If you type <enter> instead, you will get the following from the commercial server (but not freenx)

NX> 109 MD5 Password:

type: <md5 of usernamepassword>

You can get this password value by using the nxpassgen utility I have for moznx

response:

NX> 103 Welcome to: <host> user: <username>

NX> 105

  1. Now you can request a session

type: startsession –session=”<session>” –type=“unix-kde” –

        cache=“8M” –images=“32M” –

        cookie=“6726ad07a80d73c69a74c5f341b52a68” –link=“adsl” –

        render=“1” –encryption=“0” –backingstore=“when_requested” –

        imagecompressionmethod=“2” –geometry=“1024x768+188+118” –

        keyboard=“defkeymap” –kbtype=“pc102/defkeymap” –media=“0” –

        agent_server=“” –agent_user=“” –agent_password=“” –

        screeninfo=“1024x768x16+render”

For encrypted session, send –encryption=“1”

note: I have always had trouble getting this to work and have to use ‘&’ as a delimeter instead of ‘ –’. It seems this issue is solved if you SET SHELL_MODE and SET AUTH_MODE as described above. I have not confirmed yet.

response:

NX> 105 startsession –session=”<session>” –type=“unix-kde” –

        cache=“8M” –images=“32M” –

        cookie=“6726ad07a80d73c69a74c5f341b52a68” –link=“adsl” –

        render=“1” –encryption=“0” –backingstore=“when_requested” –

        imagecompressionmethod=“2” –geometry=“1024x768+188+118” –

        keyboard=“defkeymap” –kbtype=“pc102/defkeymap” –media=“0” –

        agent_server=“” –agent_user=“” –agent_password=“” –

        screeninfo=“1024x768x16+render”

you can also just type startsession<enter> then the response will be

NX> 106 Parameters:

Then you type all the parameters

You can replace startsession with restoresession if you want to restore an existing session. You add the additional attribute –id=”<session id you want to restore>”.

A good explanation of restoring sessions is here: http://www.nomachine.com/developers/archives/nxdevelopers/0323.php

  1. Now the server sends back all of its parameters followed by a 105

NX> 700 Session id: <hostname>-1058-CA3511103B37ADB2ABDAAF3EB510E99D

NX> 705 Session display: 1058

NX> 703 Session type: unix-kde

NX> 701 Proxy cookie: A4BFD3EAE09B28A0EB0399A3EFD26392

NX> 702 Proxy IP: 127.0.0.1

NX> 706 Agent cookie: 6fff2cd4222776acd605d42fbb4bdfb5

NX> 704 Session cache: unix-kde

NX> 707 SSL tunneling: 0

NX> 710 Session status: running

NX> 105

For encrypted sessions, NX> 707 SSL tunneling: 1

  1. Now in another session invoke nxproxy with the proper parameters on the command line and in the options file.

nxproxy -S options=<path to options file>/options:<Session display>

for example above: nxproxy -S options=/.nx/S-hostname-1058-CA3511103B37ADB2ABDAAF3EB510E99D/options:1058

Then, in the options file:

nx,session=<sesname>,cookie=A4BFD3EAE09B28A0EB0399A3EFD26392,root=/.nx,id=hostname-1058-CA3511103B37ADB2ABDAAF3EB510E99D,listen=33057:1058

listen=<port:display> is only needed for encrypted sessions. Also, all these parameters can be sent on the command line instead of the options file.

For the listen=<port:display>, I always just hardcode a port number. I am not sure where the commercial client gets the port number. I have asked but not gotten a response.

  1. Now back to our NXSSH session.

type ‘bye’

Response:

999> Bye

  1. For encrypted sessions, now enter the switch command

type: NX> 299 Switching connection to 127.0.0.1:33507 cookie: A4BFD3EAE09B28A0EB0399A3EFD26392

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