I'm very interested in being able to run an nx server that has or creates
uses jailkit to have an nx session running inside a jail. The use is
enabling users to nx into a server and have them not see any other users'
data (for example, even by browsing via File, Open), not know of even the
existence of other users (similar) or be able to run programs other than
what we import into the jail.
We would not be charging for use of this nx service. However, since we are
a small for-profit company, I was interested in offering a small bounty to
the freenx crowd to hopefully entice someone to develop this capability.
Given the state of Freenx development, I was concerned about using in a
production system. Similarly I was concerned about using Tacix in a
production environment, even though it is developing impressively.
If Google's intent is to maintain or at least stabilize neatx, I'd feel
comfortable using it in place of freenx. In that case, I would also be
willing to offer a bounty for a nx jail, if that's not inconsistent with
Here's a note from NoMachine on creating a nx jail:
http://www.nomachine.com/ar/view.php?ar_id=AR09D00419 Unfortunately, I
don't know enough about nx to make it work on freenx or neatx.
Also, here are two user articles on creating a nx jail:
Also, since I'm asking, for our purposes it needs to run on Ubuntu. We
don't use Fedora and don't want multiple distros running on the same net.
Best (and thank you),
- Mark Kasson