Jay Sorg | 2 Sep 05:10 2009
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Clipboard support in CVS

They latest CVS has good clipboard support when using X11rdp as the xserver.
It relies on the xfixes xserver extension.
You might have to build X11rdp server again, the xfixes extension was
add not too long ago.

If you can find an Xvnc that that supports xfixes, Xvnc should work
too.  I found one that claims to support it but it doesn't work.  I
use Klipper( the KDE clipboard tool) to determine if xfixes is
working.

Tested with MSTSC and rdesktop.
Text only at this point but there is no reason we can develop bitmaps,
files, and the other supported client formats.

Jay

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Bernard Choppy | 2 Sep 18:23 2009
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Problem connecting - apparently with Xvnc


Good day,

Since two days I try to have xrdp run on my machines (one Debian lenny 
and one Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope).

I've installed vnc4server and xrdp using aptitude on both machines and 
both are up-to-date (aptitude dist-upgrade).

The best I could achieve is the following sequence:

connecting to sesman ip 127.0.0.1 port 3350
sesman connect ok
sending lgin info to sesman
login succesful for display 10
started connecting
connecting to 127.0.0.1 5910
error - problem connecting

I've digged a bit further and can tell that Xvnc is well started using 
the following command line:

Xvnc :10 -geometry 800x600 -depth 24 -rfbauth 
/home/bernard/.vnc/sesman_passwd -bs -ac

but it seems that something goes wrong there and I've not be able to 
figure out what.

I've taken an eye on /var/log/syslog, which gives me the following:

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NEERAJ JOSHI | 2 Sep 12:41 2009
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xRDP

Sir/Madam,


          I am a final year student of computer engineering, studying in Pune, India. We are working on our final year project this year. Our area is chiefly Remote Desktop Protocol. So I was wondering if I could get some documentation about how exactly xrdp or rDesktop works.

          We would be highly obliged if you could give a direction.

Thank You,

Neeraj,
PICT,
Pune,
India.
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Chris Nystrom | 2 Sep 23:32 2009
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Re: xRDP

On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 5:41 AM, NEERAJ JOSHI<neer300@...> wrote:
> Sir/Madam,
>           I am a final year student of computer engineering, studying in
> Pune, India. We are working on our final year project this year. Our area is
> chiefly Remote Desktop Protocol. So I was wondering if I could get some
> documentation about how exactly xrdp or rDesktop works.

Here is a start:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Remote_Desktop_Protocol

Also, see the external links at the bottom.

Chris

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Ty Hahn | 3 Sep 01:14 2009
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Re: Problem connecting - apparently with Xvnc

2009/9/3 Bernard Choppy <choppy@...>:
>
> Good day,
>
> Since two days I try to have xrdp run on my machines (one Debian lenny and
> one Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope).
>
> I've installed vnc4server and xrdp using aptitude on both machines and both
> are up-to-date (aptitude dist-upgrade).
>
> The best I could achieve is the following sequence:
>
> connecting to sesman ip 127.0.0.1 port 3350
> sesman connect ok
> sending lgin info to sesman
> login succesful for display 10
> started connecting
> connecting to 127.0.0.1 5910
> error - problem connecting
>

Many can be the reason for that error message.
In such a case, I usually bring up xrdp-sesman process with --no-daemonize
option so that I can see the error messages in detail.
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Itamar Reis Peixoto | 3 Sep 22:40 2009
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xrdp encription level.

anyone can explain for me the difference of xrdp encription level ?

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=519294

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Jay Sorg | 4 Sep 19:01 2009
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Re: xrdp encription level.

> anyone can explain for me the difference of xrdp encription level ?

Sure,

Low is 40 bit key and everything from client to server is encrypted.
Medium is 40 bit key, everything both ways is encrypted.
High is 128 bit key everything both ways is encrypted.

> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=519294

Should we change the default to high?

Jay

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Jay Sorg | 5 Sep 23:08 2009
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Re: Problem connecting - apparently with Xvnc

>> connecting to sesman ip 127.0.0.1 port 3350
>> sesman connect ok
>> sending lgin info to sesman
>> login succesful for display 10
>> started connecting
>> connecting to 127.0.0.1 5910
>> error - problem connecting

This error usually mean the xserver did not start.
Usually you can see the problem if you type

Xvnc :10

at a command prompt.
If it does start, try to connect to it with vncviewer.

Jay

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Jay Sorg | 13 Sep 07:10 2009
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v0.5.0 release

I'm completing what is needed for an official 0.5.0 release.

keymap - done
  maybe we need to check in more keymaps, only ones check in are
    0x0407 de German
    0x0409 en-us English (United States)
    0x0410 it Italian (Italy)
    0x0419 ru Russian

clipboard - done
  maybe add bitmap and file in 0.5.1

sesman v0.1 protocol - not done
  Working on this now.

win 7 client issues - not done
  I will work on this.

sound - wait till 0.5.1
  I started on this should be able to use a form of Joerg's ALSA driver.

drive, printer redirection - wait till 0.5.1
  Javier is working on this.

Is there anything else that needs to be in 0.5 ?

Jay

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Christoph Brill | 13 Sep 10:43 2009
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Re: v0.5.0 release

Am Samstag, den 12.09.2009, 22:10 -0700 schrieb Jay Sorg:
> I'm completing what is needed for an official 0.5.0 release.
> 
> keymap - done
>   maybe we need to check in more keymaps, only ones check in are
>     0x0407 de German
>     0x0409 en-us English (United States)
>     0x0410 it Italian (Italy)
>     0x0419 ru Russian

Maybe we should check if the major distribution are shipping more
keymaps. I checked debian and gentoo and could not find any additional
ones there. I think ubuntu, fedora and suse are worth checking.

> clipboard - done
>   maybe add bitmap and file in 0.5.1

I'm fine with that. File and bitmap are use less frequently, but text is
pretty important.

> sesman v0.1 protocol - not done
>   Working on this now.

Don't know the details here.

> win 7 client issues - not done
>   I will work on this.

Sounds pretty much important.

> sound - wait till 0.5.1
>   I started on this should be able to use a form of Joerg's ALSA driver.

Yeah, let's push this off to the next release.

> drive, printer redirection - wait till 0.5.1
>   Javier is working on this.

Also, 0.5.1 is fine.

> Is there anything else that needs to be in 0.5 ?

Maybe some cool revamped graphics? ;-)

Keep up the good work!

Regards,
 Christoph

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