Redhands | 3 Jul 10:35 2015

xfreerdp on raspberry pi can not display remote app correctly

    My raspberry pi is 2B model with raspbian OS . I install xfreerdp by apt-get install freerdp-x11.
        xfreerdp -u user -p password ipaddress
        xfreerdp -u user -p password --app --plugin rail --data "%windir%\system32\calc.exe" -- ipaddress
    The first command has no problem ,but the second one has something wrong that the application doesn't
display on the desktop.There is only an mess icon on the taskbar.
    I don't know why it happens. Is there a way to solve the problem?
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gmankds | 29 Jun 15:28 2015

ATI 4200


Version: 5.4

Video: ATI 4200

With demo CD, it works fine:


[    20.429] (II) modesetting: Driver for Modesetting Kernel Drivers: kms

[    20.429] (II) FBDEV: driver for framebuffer: fbdev

[    20.429] (II) VESA: driver for VESA chipsets: vesa

[    20.429] (++) using VT number 5

[    20.934] (II) [KMS] Kernel modesetting enabled.

[    20.934] (WW) Falling back to old probe method for modesetting

[    20.934] (WW) Falling back to old probe method for fbdev

[    20.934] (II) Loading sub module "fbdevhw"

[    20.934] (II) LoadModule: "fbdevhw"

[    20.934] (II) Loading /usr/lib/xorg/modules/

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Vincent Macquet Maurel | 25 Jun 10:14 2015

Screen Size

Hi all,
I am running FreeRDP on a device that uses Android 2.3 and up.  I managed to connect to a remote machine which
is using TS Plus for multiple remotes.  I have noticed that the screen size of the remote machine is not
displaying correctly on the Android device.  I have changed the resolution setting as well as used
custom setting using FreeRDP settings, but still does not size the remote machine correctly.  Has
anyone experienced this and how to fix this please.  Thanks.
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Heiher | 25 Jun 07:59 2015

[PATCH] winpr: fix crash on mips 64-bit platform.


This patch fixed a type define issue on non-x86_64 platform, e.g.
mips64. and output an error message "Unsupported platform!" in else

Best regards!
From 084a33440a4266f7fad0a7bd06b9f55a11221677 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
From: Heiher <r <at>>
Date: Thu, 25 Jun 2015 13:53:10 +0800
Subject: [PATCH] winpr: fix crash on mips 64-bit platform.

 winpr/include/winpr/wtypes.h | 12 ++++++++----
 1 file changed, 8 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

diff --git a/winpr/include/winpr/wtypes.h b/winpr/include/winpr/wtypes.h
index 2f184b2..4d5e3af 100644
--- a/winpr/include/winpr/wtypes.h
+++ b/winpr/include/winpr/wtypes.h
 <at>  <at>  -54,10 +54,12  <at>  <at> 
 #define __int32 int
 #define __int64 long long

-#if __x86_64__
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Lionel Elie Mamane | 22 Jun 07:54 2015

redirection of USB mass storage devices


What is the reason that USB mass storage devices are not supported for
over-the-network redirection?

In other words, if I comment out "case CLASS_MASS_STORAGE:" below in
file channels/urbdrc/client/libusb/libusb_udevice.c and I'm *really*
*really* cautious to never redirect any mounted device, do I take any
risk (beyond shooting myself in the foot by redirecting a mounted
device or mounting a redirected device)?

Thanks in advance for your help!

	/* Denied list */
		//case CLASS_HID:
		case CLASS_HUB:
			fprintf(stderr, "    Device is not supported!!\n");
			return NULL;
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Johannes Braun | 16 Jun 15:22 2015

xfreerdp smartcard login over nla

Dear mailing list,

currently we are using xfreerdp v1.1 with smartcards to login to our 
win2k8 domain. This works without any issues with the following command: 
xfreerdp /v:<Server> -sec-nla /smartcard:<name> ...

So my question. Is is possible to use xfreerdp with smartcard login in a 
way of "pre login" with enabled nla? Let me run my question in more 
detail. We got a smartcard with a certificate on it. this certificate 
represents an user and its password. I want the smartcard stuff to be 
handled on the client side. And the subsequent server login is done over 
nla. So that there is no pin enter procedure on the windows side.

1. xfreerdp /v:<Server> +sec-nla /u:<user stored on the smartcard> 
/smartcard:<name> ...
2. xfreerdp asks for the pin to use the password
3. xfreerdp receives the password
4. xfreerdp connects to the server with the user and password from the 

Is this possible?


Vincent Macquet Maurel | 11 Jun 09:30 2015

Target ID

Hi there everyone,
So my building of FreeRDP is getting better now. I only have one problem now which i need help to resolve
please.  I have run the CMake commands in terminal as according to the documentation and
there was no problem.  When i run the make command its starts doing its thing and says built target and so
forth, until it reaches 98% and then it hits a error saying : 'Error: Target id 'android-21' is not valid.
Use 'android list targets' to get the target ids.'  So i need help in resolving this error please.
I am using Linux Mint with Eclipse 3.8.
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Vincent Macquet Maurel | 9 Jun 10:20 2015

NDK path

Hi there everyone,
I am trying to build FreeRDP on Linux Mint with Eclipse Helios. I have downloaded NDKr10 and is in
/home/myname/NDK/ path. I have set the path with export.  Now i am trying to run the
"./scripts/" script as according to the documentation which i run from my
FreeRDP directory and i get a error saying it cant find the ndk-build in the path, then a whole lot of output
commands and then at the end it says "./scripts/ 70: exit: Illegal number:
-4". I have set all this up but it fails. I am trying to build this so I can import the project into Eclipse and
then play around with it and then create a APK as a output. Could anyone please assist me in this error. Thanks
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John Friend | 3 Jun 16:49 2015

fullscreen broken in freerdp 1.2 (current master)

Hi All
fullscreen broken in freerdp 1.2 (current master) since commit 
719a0fd3e9 (12 Mar 2015). I am testing with single monitor and there is no helpfull debug message. It can not
go fullscreen either at inital window (ie. /f option) or by toggling (Ctrl-Alt-Enter). I am using a simple
command line like: xfreerdp +clipboard /cert-ignore /sec:rdp /f /v: 

My wm is an archaic one (qvwm) which may not support some wm hints. But I think that there should be a fallback
machanism to achieve fullscreen as prior to this commit. Please let me know anything I can try.
Vincent Macquet Maurel | 27 May 14:00 2015

FreeRDP compile for windows

Hi there guys,
Could someone please give some steps on building FreeRDP libraries on a windows system please. I have
followed the documentation and I am not getting anywhere to a point that CMAKE is always complaining about
the OpenSSL path is not set in the variable environment.   I have set this path and still nothing happens. I
have tried CMAKE in prompt as well as I have used the CMAKE gui and still no luck.  Could someone please shed
some light on compiling in Windows please.  Many thanks.
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Awan Shih | 22 May 09:58 2015

windows media player repeat one movie failed while enable media redirection with gstreamer.

Hi All

Linux environment

Ubuntu 14.04
gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg:i386             0.10.13-5ubuntu1~trusty i386

FreeRDP  => branch  stable-1.1 last commit


run command line following .

xfreerdp /u:test /p:test123 /cert-ignore /v: /f

Decode gstreamer by gstreamer , It worked well when play HD video.
Only one video in my playlist, I turned on the repeat.
But the media display black screen while play the second time.
Any Idea?

Thanks for any advise.
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