cjdl01 | 22 Mar 02:53 2015

Suddenly: X server for display 11 startup timeout


Hello.

I hope this isn't a stupid question, but I had a really good thing  
working with xrdp for years.  Suddenly, I rebooted the server, and  
xrdp no longer works.  I do not understand why.  I didn't change any  
config or install any new packages -- just *poof* stops working.  So,  
I can only suspect that something was changed months ago, without a  
reboot.

I'm runing debian wheezy, with the xrdp 5 that is in the default repository.

Now when I try to connect, I get "error problem connecting"

If I look in the xrdp-sessman.log file (or run it in the foreground) I get:

[20150321-22:08:27] [INFO ] scp thread on sck 7 started successfully
[20150321-22:08:27] [INFO ] granted TS access to user jill
[20150321-22:08:28] [INFO ] starting Xvnc session...
[20150321-22:08:38] [ERROR] X server for display 11 startup timeout
[20150321-22:08:38] [ERROR] X server for display 11 startup timeout
[20150321-22:08:38] [ERROR] another Xserver is already active on display 11
[20150321-22:08:38] [INFO ] starting xrdp-sessvc - xpid=6035 - wmpid=6034
[20150321-22:08:38] [DEBUG] aborting connection...

It says another X server is active... which, of course, is not true.   
I don't even start x on boot, or any kind of display manager.

To my great consternation, I have googled this, and found no insight  
whatsoever.  The couple of posts that say they fix it talk about  
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李嵩 | 17 Mar 09:40 2015
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About neutrinordp some problems

Hello,

i have some problems when i had used xrdp 0.9.0.

xrdp has been deploied one machine which is RedHat 6.4 Operation System, I use windows mstsc.exe tool connect  xrdp and choose neutrinordp mode connect another windows machine which has been installed windows XP SP3 OS and windows XP style, But monitor display is windows classic style.
that is why?

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Kalaiselvan.Selvarasu | 17 Mar 15:30 2015

VM slownwess

Hi there,

 

I am Kalaiselvan an XRDP user, working in Cognizant Technology Services.

I am connecting Ubuntu VM from Windows 7.

My VM is performing slow even after I restart the VM. I use “Xfce Destop Environment Version 4.10, distributed by Xubuntu”.

I asked our Linux team they said the below. Please suggest or give guidance how to increase the VM performance.

 

As we checked in the VM server end we don’t find any slowness through ssh sessions using putty.

CPU and Memory resource utilization seems to be normal. Please find the below screenshot for your reference.

 

 

Thanks and Regards,

Kalaiselvan

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Michal C. | 11 Mar 08:15 2015
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XRDP session on device start

Hello,

I am looking for some guidance to start VNC session XRDP compatible on ubuntu start-up on specific port number like 5910, so client will be able to connect and resume this session by leaving port=5910 in xprd.ini untouched, now I have to start the session manually after every computer restart by changing this value to -1, I know about the ask parameter, but it would be cool to make this automatic without remembering port number.

Can I somehow start XRDP and xvnc session by command-line on display :10 lets say? If I do this vith tightvncserver, it authenticates only with ~/.vnc/passwd.

Best regards, Mike
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Al Bu | 4 Mar 19:58 2015
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XRDP on Fedora 19

Hi,
 
I have been trying to resolve issues with xrdp on Fedora 19 with Windows 7 client and am unable to solve it. It doesn't work, the session starts but hangs at "Sending login info to session manager, please wait..." and doesn't proceed an just hangs there. I looked at the log file sesman.log and it only indicates "starting xvnc session..." and there is nothing more after that.
 
How can I get help with this issue? Would really appreciate if someone can help with it.
 
Thanks.
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Paul Jansen | 2 Mar 14:13 2015
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feedback on documents - Building under Fedora 21

Hello.
I've followed the Fedora 19/20 build instructions under Fedora 21.
I've managed to build and run both xrdp and X11rdp.  I can successfully make a connection to the X11rdp server.

In order to build on Fedora 21 the following additional packages are required: libxml2-python, zlib-devel.
Fedora 22 is not too far away now so these documented steps should soon be run against that release and updated.


As a side issue, how are things progressing with getting X11rdp included in distros? It seems there is often xrdp available, but not X11rdp.

Thanks,
Paul
 

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Abdurrahman A.zahrani | 1 Mar 20:01 2015

Error report Xrdp



Dear xrpd developers I facing a problem to start remote connection from windows 8.1 to linuxmint 17 cinnamon desktop. by using (Remote Desktop Connection) in windows. I type the IP for the Linuxmint window pops up
I choose sesman-Xvnc I type Linux mint username and password then error come up in picture 1.
I choose sesman-X11rdp I type Linux mint username and password the it’s shows me in picture 2 it’s correct configurations but just a few seconds the (Remote Desktop Connection) is closing.
I hope you tell if something goes wrong.

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brahim bedoui | 25 Feb 00:59 2015
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problem logining to xrdp

hello

i have a vps running ubuntu 14.10 and i has only a command line i followed this tutorial to install a graphical interface http://thebot.net/threads/how-to-install-vnc-w-ubuntu-desktop-on-vps.286311/ then after i connect to  xrdp says login failed i kow my password because i set it with vncpasswd but i don't know the username

here is a screen capture http://oi58.tinypic.com/11qmpgi.jpg


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brahim bedoui | 25 Feb 00:56 2015
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problem logining to xrdp

i have a vps running ubuntu 14.10 and i has only a command line i followed this tutorial to install a graphical interface http://thebot.net/threads/how-to-install-vnc-w-ubuntu-desktop-on-vps.286311/ then after i connect to  xrdp says login failed i kow my password because i set it with vncpasswd but i don't know the username

here is a screen capture http://oi58.tinypic.com/11qmpgi.jpg

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Franco Ortizz | 13 Feb 14:42 2015
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xrdp project

So I basically am looking for a replacement for a windows terminal server environment. Right now i have a small environment that is about 250 users. Everyone logs into windows terminal servers that include Office 2013 for office365. Every application they use is outlook, word, excel, powerpoint, acrobat and google chrome. So everything is web based and hosted in the cloud. So I am looking for something that will give them the same look and feel of windows to log into but can handle video playback better. I was hoping this could be a good solution but i guess i just wanted to see if this would be a good fit. I am more of a windows and apple guy but am looking to learn more linux and put it in our environment to save money as we are going more cloud based so cost will go up so i want to cut costs and stay stable.

So i guess i just want to know the advantages and disadvantages if any to using your xrdp vs a traditional windows based terminal services?

Regards,
Franco 
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Petrika Janeku | 3 Feb 00:17 2015
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Thin client and xrdp connection problem

Dear Sir or Madam,
I got FL-100 a thin client (cloud computer) from Ali express

(http://www.aliexpress.com/item/Free-shipping-Linux-thin-clients-with-RDP-7-All-winner-A10-1Ghz-Linux-3-0-256M/1874294508.html) 
that have Linux kernel version 3.4
Upon all guides on internet for proper setting xrdp (that for sure works 
when using other, windows 7 based computer) i couldn't make it work with 
this station (it works for sure when connecting to windows 7 via remote 
desktop connections).
When logging with with other PC (laptop) I receive login screen and log 
in without a problem using xvnc.
When I try to connect and log with thin client all I got is second or 
two showing a cross (X) and after that a arrow with a black screen.
I try everything from changing desktop sessions (lxde, xfce4) but no 
luck to show login screen on a thiny client.
Do you know solution for this problem and are you willing to help me to 
solve it quick ?
I must say I am little bit over beginner in Ubuntu so I still learn.
In order to have whole picture of this situation I send you link to 
pictures to see real situation ( 
https://cloud.mail.ru/public/a3a5541a6999/XRDP )

With regards and respect,
Petrika Janeku

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