How To Run Gambas On Windows
does not run on the Windows Operating System.
But if what you need is running an application made in Gambaso
from a Windows
computer, here is a solution!
This solution is based on the free implementation of the NoMachine
NX protocol, named
computer will use the NoMachine NX client to connect to the Linux
server and run the application.
1. Take a Linux server
We will suppose that Mandriva 2006 is installed on it.
2. Install the freenx server
This will install the openssh
Of course you must be root.
3. Create the user that will run the application.
$ useradd -p "p4$$w0rD" gamby
We call it 'gamby'.
4. Tell FreeNX which users can connect to the server
$ nxserver --adduser gamby
Of course :-) And install your Gambaso
application too. We suppose that the name of your
application is KillerApp
6. Install the NX client on the Windows computer
Follow these instructions
7. Copy the FreeNX server key into the Windows NX client
The FreeNX server key is located at /var/lib/nxserver/nxhome/.ssh/client.id_dsa.key
$ cat /var/lib/nxserver/nxhome/.ssh/client.id_dsa.key
-----BEGIN DSA PRIVATE KEY-----
-----END DSA PRIVATE KEY-----
Copy this key in the Windows client:
- Launch the NX client.
- Create a new session named 'KillerApp'.
- Click on the Configure... button.
- Click on the Key... button in the first tab.
- Copy the key in the text box, and click on the Save button.
8. Try to connect to the Linux server
9. Configure the NX client to launch your application