Abraham Macías Paredes | 18 Nov 17:58 2015
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Channels requirements

Hi everybody,

I’m trying to setup Clipboard, drive redirections, PC/SC redirection and sound redirection on my Linux. And I was wondering about what are required to use these channels.

 

Looking at the source code it seems that:

·        Drive redirections: needs FUSE

·        Clipboard: needs X Fixes Extension

 

What other things do I need to install in my Linux to use these features?

 

Also, It seems that my Xvnc server (vnc4server) have no X Fixes Extension. What VNC server do I need to use?

 

Thank you very much!

 

Abraham Macías Paredes

Analista Programador

Departamento de Desarrollo y Soluciones

 

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Toto TITI | 31 Oct 11:31 2015
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Connect xrdp from android result to 0xd06 error code

Hello !

First, I would like to thank you for your great job. I'm using xrdp nearly everyday and it help me a lot.

Could you tell me how can I do to connect my server from an Android device ? It worked with old versions of rdp client but now, I receive the 0xd06 code, what ever client I use.

I read all i can about this and I suppose the problem comes from Microsoft, but maybe you have a solution ?

Again, many thanks for your work.

Bye !
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Jay Sorg | 30 Oct 04:50 2015
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xrdp-devel mailing list

We are moving the mailing list to google groups.

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/xrdp-devel

If you enjoy xrdp related emails please join the group.
The Sourceforge mailing list will be achieved and removed.

Thank you
Jay

There is also two others that will be used in the future.
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/xrdp-users
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Frantisek Rysanek | 22 Oct 16:24 2015
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Noob Q.: can't get OpenGL > 1.4 (2.0+ desired) to work through X11rdp

Dear polite XRDP developers,

I have a newbie question.
I have some basic coding experience under Linux,
enough to know a nice dependency hell when I face one,
but inevitably I got stuck...

We have a PC machine with an Nvidia GFX card and Ubuntu 14.
We've managed to install the proprietary Nvidia driver,
and we have nice support for OpenGL on the Nvidia display outputs.
We have some apps that depend on it - not necessarily 
performance-wise, but definitely feature-wise.
Such as, the Qt Designer... but there are others.

Now... we would like to access the machine via RDP from 
another box, or from a notebook somewhere in the wild...
The basic connectivity stuff (VPN) is there, works fine.
The Windows RDP client connects just fine to xrdp,
and most apps work just fine.
The catch is: Qt Designer and some other apps
fail to start, quoting some missing OpenGL "methods",
and demanding OpenGL 2.0 or better.
glxinfo, if started under the RDP session,
reports using the MESA library and OpenGL 1.4.

In general I suspect that the Nvidia OpenGL accelerated
rendering is only available on Nvidia's own display outputs
(a native framebuffer in the graphics card's dedicated memory).
It seems pretty principal - no amount of googling and 
mis-informed advice from forums can change that, right?
For RDP, I guess we're stuck with software rendering and MESA.
Now the question is - what version of MESA.

I've noticed that if I perform a "git clone ...XRDP...",
and follow the recommended steps to build the binaries,
the X11rdp binary = the low-level stuff between RDP
and graphics, doesn't get built. This is the whole xorg/ 
subdirectory. I've come to understand that it drags a ton
of stale depndencies along with it. There's a text file,
containing a listing of tarballs, the resulting source subdirs
and optional "configure" options... All of this gets populated
by the buildx.sh script - the tarballs get downloaded,
unpacked and built, one by one.
There's an additional script, providing some automation:
the X11RDP-o-Matic .

MESA 7.10.3 is one of those dated dependencies.
I've tried downloading MESA 10.5.9 = corresponding 
to the host system (Ubuntu) - but after resolving
three more of MESA's dependencies, I gave up
(got stuck on a linker error when building librdm).

Looks like a dead end to me.
Is my direction completely misguided anyway, maybe?
Is there any principal chance of getting those more recent 
OpenGL features supported in the RDP Xserver? :-)

Should I instead take a look at Xming / VcXsrv with AIGLX ?
Network bandwidth is not as much of a problem nowadays 
as it once used to be...

Any response is welcome :-)

And BTW, thanks for investing your time in creating xrdp.
Seems to be the smoothest "remote desktop" solution
for Linux nowadays...

Have a nice day :-)

Frank Rysanek

Customer support
FCC Prumyslove Systemy s.r.o.
Usti nad Labem
Czech Republic
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+420 736 630 449 (mobile)
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Nestor Urquiza | 21 Oct 22:50 2015
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Re: scrolling issues on Ubuntu 14.04 host with any RDP client



On Wed, Oct 21, 2015 at 4:49 PM, Nestor Urquiza <nestor.urquiza <at> gmail.com> wrote:
Hello,

Thanks for the work on xrdp. We are currently using it in Ubuntu 14.04 with good results. However we are experiencing an issue with the sensitivity of vertical scrolling with trackpad or scroll wheel, both. When you try to scroll if you go really slow nothing happens until suddenly it scrolls several lines. Any attempt to scroll-as-usual results in scrolling jumps giving the feeling that the scrolling speed is too fast. This happens when using the MS Remote Desktop Client from MAC or Windows and when using the CoRD client.

Any feedback on how to tweak it?

Thanks,
– Nestor

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Nestor Urquiza | 21 Oct 22:49 2015
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(no subject)

Hello,

Thanks for the work on xrdp. We are currently using it in Ubuntu 14.04 with good results. However we are experiencing an issue with the sensitivity of vertical scrolling with trackpad or scroll wheel, both. When you try to scroll if you go really slow nothing happens until suddenly it scrolls several lines. Any attempt to scroll-as-usual results in scrolling jumps giving the feeling that the scrolling speed is too fast. This happens when using the MS Remote Desktop Client from MAC or Windows and when using the CoRD client.

Any feedback on how to tweak it?

Thanks,
– Nestor
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Abraham Macías Paredes | 19 Oct 12:10 2015
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XRDP PCSC support status?

Hi everybody,

I’m checking XRDP v0.8 branch and I would like to know in what status is the PCSC support. Is it stable? Or is this a Work In Progress

version?

 

Also I’d like to know what other features includes this version. At first sight I can see a “vrplayer” directory that says to be “A QT based media player that runs on a RDP server and redirects audio/video to the client where it is decoded and rendered locally”. What RDP client may I use to see this audio/video feature? Where can I obtain more info about how is this feature implemented? (XRDP virtual channels and used protocol)

 

Thank you very much!

 

Abraham Macías Paredes

Programmer

 

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Kenneth Moller | 7 Oct 07:57 2015
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sutostart session

Hi

Is there a way to start a session automatic ,, when the server starts ? and in the session start a program?    So
when the server reboot , xrdp starts , that starts xvnc , that start the program ?

Hope it makes sense

br Kenneth

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Nicolas Collins | 1 Oct 05:35 2015

xrdp

I'm trying to connect remotely to a computer with full access to its gui so I can do tech support remotely on their computer from my computer. Is xrdp the right thing to use for that? If not what would be best? If so then how do I use it effectively?

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Casey Mieczkowski | 29 Sep 22:12 2015
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Single app login

Can I run a Microsoft Access Application on this rdp?
Thanks,
Casey

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Xiongwei (Michael | 15 Sep 10:18 2015

why i can not hear any sound from xrdp server using mstsc

Hello,

 

I am studying xrdp about pulseaudio redirection.

 

But I have a question that I cannot hear any sound from xrdp server using mstsc.

 

And I can see xrdp-sink already loaded by process of pulseaudio.

 

Anybody can help me?

 

 

 

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