Milan Knížek | 26 Nov 12:41 2015

Bug#914: Works for Mate desktop, too.


the workaround works for mate-session, too. I actually redirected only
std out:

/usr/bin/mate-session >/dev/null
Nable | 24 Nov 14:01 2015

Bug#970: domain lacks SPF record.

Severity: wishlist

Dear maintainers,
All messages that were sent from IPv6 address of are classified by Gmail (and possibly by
other mail providers) as unwanted and unconditionally fall into "Spam"
folder. Judging from message headers Gmail is also unsure about
messages from its IPv4 address but acts more permissive. I always use
"Not Spam" button for such false-positives but gmail still insists
that something is wrong with such messages.

I've noticed this problem about a year ago and now it became annoying
enough to finally file a bug. I don't know the exact reason but it
looks like the problem may hide in the absence of SPF record [1] for as this is the only suspicious thing in mail headers.
Either way, usage of SPF is considered to be a good practice nowadays
and a lot of companies deploy it.


Stefan Baur | 24 Nov 12:08 2015

Logout issues, possible solution

Hi Andreas, hi Milan,

please check if the solution posted to Bug 914 by Maarten Boekhold
works for you, too.

Kind Regards,
Stefan Baur

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marcel.koehler | 21 Nov 11:14 2015

Bug#967: APPCRASH of x2goclient under Windows 7 when trying to close application

Package: x2goclient

When trying to close the x2goclient.exe an APPCRASH appears.
Windows Operating System throws error message "x2goclient.exe funktioniert nicht mehr" saying application is not working any more.

I assume  the Appcrash is related to the installed NVIDIA Drivers.

I further tried the latest binaries of x2goclient.exe (version but error behavior is still the same as decribed above.

My System configuration is as follows:

- Windows7 Professional SP1
- 64-Bit OS
- Intel Core i7
- NVIDIA Driver Version 312.69
- x2go Server runs on Debian 7
- x2go client setting are defaults

Here is the complete Windows Error Message:

  Problemereignisname:        APPCRASH
  Anwendungsname:        x2goclient.exe
  Anwendungszeitstempel:        055cb1d0
  Fehlermodulname:        nvinit.dll_unloaded
  Fehlermodulzeitstempel:        526ed802
  Ausnahmecode:        c0000005
  Ausnahmeoffset:        755ace69
  Betriebsystemversion:        6.1.7601.
  Gebietsschema-ID:        1031
  Zusatzinformation 1:        0a9e
  Zusatzinformation 2:        0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789
  Zusatzinformation 3:        0a9e
  Zusatzinformation 4:        0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789

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Dirk Deimeke | 24 Nov 11:47 2015

Bug#969: Reconnecting a fullscreen session leads to a black screen

package: x2goclient

When trying to reconnect to a fullscreen session we get a black screen. 
Since the mouse pointer is changing while moving the mouse we think it 
is a refresh problem.




Maarten Boekhold | 22 Nov 16:57 2015

Bug#914: Logout issues, solution


Have the same issue on Linux Mint 17.2 and Centos 7 with xfce4-session. 
I accidentally seem to have 'fixed' this. While debugging some other 
startup issue, I wrote a wrapper script around xfce4-session 
('my-xfce4-session') which looked like:

     xfce4-session > ~/logfile 2>&1

After this, logging out works normally. I had a look at ~/logfile, and 
xfce4-session spits out quite a bit of text during logout, which I guess 
confuses x2go. replacing "~/logfile" with "/dev/null" nicely solved it 
on my other machine as well.

Maarten Boekhold | 22 Nov 16:51 2015

Bug#968: x2go runs "bash -c bash -c ..." on session create, causing dot bashrc issues

Package: x2goserver

When establishing a new x2go session, I noticed that my .bashrc file is 
read/sourced/executed many times, in the end screwing up my PATH and 
LD_LIBRARY_PATH settings (amongst others). I was surprised, because 
.bashrc is only supposed to be read when opening an interactive shell, 
and I am not expecting x2go to run interactive shells here.

I did some debugging by placing the following at the start of my .bashrc:

     echo "bashrc" >> ~/slog
     ps -fea | grep boekhold >> ~/slog

and based on this I can see x2go constantly running commands like:

     bash -c bash -c 'echo 
"X2GODATABEGIN:60b25f89-31db-46ec-8a7c-c93002fbfa50"; export 
PATH="/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin"; export HOSTNAME && x2golist

still at first glance no reason for bash to process .bashrc. However, 
further testing:

     boekhold <at> xbmc:~$ rm slog
     rm: cannot remove ‘slog’: No such file or directory
     boekhold <at> xbmc:~$ bash -c date
     Sun Nov 22 19:39:09 GST 2015
     boekhold <at> xbmc:~$ cat slog
     cat: slog: No such file or directory
     boekhold <at> xbmc:~$ bash -c bash -c date
     boekhold <at> xbmc:~$ cat slog
     boekhold  1147     1  1 Nov21 ?        00:20:20 .....

See there? Running "bash -c bash -c" suddenly tricks bash into reading 
the .bashrc file. No idea how, but it happens.

This is on Linux Mint 17.2, but I'm experiencing the same issue on a 
Centos 7 system with the x2go EPEL packages. Client is x2goclient on 
Windows 7 Professional SP1.

I can't figure out where that "bash -c bash -c" command is being 
generated, hope that somebody from the X2Go team can provide some 
guidance here?

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Andrew Cherry | 20 Nov 17:50 2015

Bug#966: x2goclient SSH fails with keyboard-interactive + banner

Package: x2goclient

On our systems, security policy requires us to use OTP tokens for login, which means that all SSH
connections are keyboard-interactive.  In addition, we use /etc/ to print a warning banner
before the SSH password prompt.  When x2goclient connects, the string variable containing the output for
the password prompt ('pr' in sshmasterconnection.cpp) includes the banner as well, and since the check
for "Password: " is a strict equality check, the password prompt is not recognized.

The simple patch below seems to do the trick to get around this issue:

--- sshmasterconnection.cpp	2015-11-20 11:37:44.000000000 -0500
+++ /Users/acherry/sshmasterconnection.cpp	2015-11-20 11:37:24.000000000 -0500
 <at>  <at>  -866,7 +866,7  <at>  <at> 
             x2goDebug<<"Prompt[0]: |"<<prompt<<"|"<<endl;
             QString pr=prompt;
-            if(pr=="Password: ")
+            if(pr.endsWith("Password: "))
 #ifdef DEBUG
                 x2goDebug<<"Password request"<<endl;
 <at>  <at>  -874,7 +874,7  <at>  <at> 
                 return userChallengeAuth();
-            if(pr=="Verification code: ")
+            if(pr.endsWith("Verification code: "))
 #ifdef DEBUG
                 x2goDebug<<"Verification code request"<<endl;
Adam Davis | 19 Nov 17:06 2015

Bug#964: Resolution: tput in bashrc


I found that there was a bug in the .bashrc file, which kept this from functioning.

Stefan Baur | 19 Nov 12:33 2015

Bug#961: Unmet dependencies in Kali 1.1.0

Re-posting this in the name of Theodor Papadopoulos
<theodor.papadop <at>>, as I made a mistake when attempting to
allow his message through to the list.

Dear x2go,
I tried to install x2goserver from the debian repositories with apt-get
install x2goserver
and i received the following error for unmet dependencies:

The following packages have unmet dependencies:
 x2goserver : Depends: x2goagent (>= 2: but it is not going
to be installed
E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages.

Is there any fix to this ?

Thanks in advance,

Theodoros Papadopoulos
IT Support Analyst
Tel: +44 075 7034 3963
Email: theodor.papadop <at>


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Henning Schild | 16 Nov 19:38 2015

Bug#963: x2go session environment broken

Package: x2goserver
Tag: patch
Version: bfe3ba761c1d3e9143285ca17edc87ac763ce35d


i have been using x2go for years, also on servers where i needed to
set environment variables for proxies etc. A regular x2go-session fails
to include stuff that is configured in /etc/env.d/ and /etc/profile.d/.
I think those directories are actually distro specific, the solution is
to start everything in a login shell.

For me the attached patch helps setting environment variables on several
debian systems, i did not test on other distros.

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