Don Cupp | 1 Dec 20:45 2011
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autostart rdesktop in session 1

I did some major surgery on the package startup scripts, but we should now be able to auto-start any package in any session.
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Don Cupp | 2 Dec 09:47 2011
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I also added....

xbmc. It's no good as a session 0, but it works very nicely as a session 1 on autostart.
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Stefan Baur | 2 Dec 12:16 2011
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Integration of X2Go client

Hi List,

does anyone know what needs to be done so that the X2Go client 
(http://wiki.x2go.org/wiki:components:x2goclient#download) could be
added to Thinstation (http://www.thinstation.org/)?

Thinstation supports a wide range of remote desktop solutions, it's a 
bit of a shame that X2Go isn't among them.

Note:
I had sent a similarly-worded message to the x2go-dev mailing list, 
where it was suggested that I ask the same question on the 
thinstation-developer list, with a pointer to the x2go-dev mailing list.
The x2go-developers (notably Mike Gabriel) are, and I quote, "very open 
to an integration and will give support with whatever necessary..."

This is not sent as a crosspost, but rather as two individual posts, as 
both lists require a subscription and I don't want to trigger a bounce 
flood. ;-)

To subscribe to x2go-dev, go here: 
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To subscribe to thinstation-developer, go here: 
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Kind Regards,
Stefan

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Tobias Paepke | 2 Dec 13:00 2011
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Re: Integration of X2Go client

Am 02.12.11 12:16, schrieb Stefan Baur:
> Hi List,
>
> does anyone know what needs to be done so that the X2Go client 
> (http://wiki.x2go.org/wiki:components:x2goclient#download) could be
> added to Thinstation (http://www.thinstation.org/)?
>
> Thinstation supports a wide range of remote desktop solutions, it's a 
> bit of a shame that X2Go isn't among them.
X2Go has its own thinclient solution, which is working in its own
infrastucture. So you are the first one which asks for such a solution
inside thinstation. I assume everyone else is looking for the builtin
one. As I understand the x2go solution right, its kind of based on LTSP
wich has a different concept than thinstation. Both concepts has its market.
> Note:
> I had sent a similarly-worded message to the x2go-dev mailing list, 
> where it was suggested that I ask the same question on the 
> thinstation-developer list, with a pointer to the x2go-dev mailing list.
> The x2go-developers (notably Mike Gabriel) are, and I quote, "very open 
> to an integration and will give support with whatever necessary..."
>

I talked on LinuxTag 2011 with some guys on theire exhibition stand. I
was impressed by their solution and use it for myself from that time on.

It would be a nice supported protocol/solution inside thinstation and
would help both projects to come further.

tobias

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Mike Eriksen | 4 Dec 09:11 2011
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problem with wifi-connector and multiple accesspoints

I'm have trouble with wifi-connect if there are more than two access
points accessible. The problem is in apcollect.sh that only can split
in two parts. If there is many (3+) the first one from cell00 is fine,
but all the others are dumped into cell01. As I see it. Which means
that in /tmp/apcollect/ap/ there is one good entry and one completely
garbled (not only concatenated)

I've tried some modifications myself, but screwed completely up :-)

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Anatolii Ivashyna | 4 Dec 13:09 2011
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FreeRDP sound recording

Hello, there is problem with sound recording feature.

 

If someone need to test it, I can give access to MS terminal (Windows 7).

 

Thanks!

 

All the best,

Anatolii Ivashyna

 

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Stefan Baur | 4 Dec 13:21 2011
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Re: Integration of X2Go client

Tobias Paepke wrote:

>> Thinstation supports a wide range of remote desktop solutions, it's a
>> bit of a shame that X2Go isn't among them.
>
> X2Go has its own thinclient solution, which is working in its own
> infrastucture. So you are the first one which asks for such a solution
> inside thinstation. I assume everyone else is looking for the builtin
> one. As I understand the x2go solution right, its kind of based on LTSP
> wich has a different concept than thinstation. Both concepts has its market.

And that's exactly the reason why I'm asking - Thinstation easily allows 
a demo environment by booting from a CD or USB key fob.
The x2go thinclient approach requires infrastructure (Network cards that 
support PXE boot, NFS server, configurable DHCP server,...).
That's why the x2go way is more suitable for fixed installations with a 
knowledgeable admin to set everything up, while thinstation would allow 
an ad-hoc, temporary use (grab 10 random computers and an el-cheapo DSL 
router, hook everything up, insert thinstation CDs, work on a server 
somewhere in the cloud, disassemble everything when you're done).

Kind Regards,
Stefan

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Anatolii Ivashyna | 4 Dec 13:21 2011
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Re: FreeRDP sound recording

Sorry, my bug ((

 

All the best,

Anatolii Ivashyna

 

From: Anatolii Ivashyna [mailto:tiv <at> aurora.com.ua]
Sent: Sunday, December 04, 2011 2:09 PM
To: thinstation-developer-5NWGOfrQmneRv+LV9MX5uipxlwaOVQ5f@public.gmane.org
Subject: [Thinstation-developer] FreeRDP sound recording

 

Hello, there is problem with sound recording feature.

 

If someone need to test it, I can give access to MS terminal (Windows 7).

 

Thanks!

 

All the best,

Anatolii Ivashyna

 

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Mike Gabriel | 4 Dec 13:46 2011
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Re: Integration of X2Go client

Hi Tobias,

On So 04 Dez 2011 13:21:01 CET Stefan Baur wrote:

> Tobias Paepke wrote:
>
>
>>> Thinstation supports a wide range of remote desktop solutions, it's a
>>> bit of a shame that X2Go isn't among them.
>>
>> X2Go has its own thinclient solution, which is working in its own
>> infrastucture. So you are the first one which asks for such a solution
>> inside thinstation. I assume everyone else is looking for the builtin
>> one. As I understand the x2go solution right, its kind of based on LTSP
>> wich has a different concept than thinstation. Both concepts has its market.

> And that's exactly the reason why I'm asking - Thinstation easily allows
> a demo environment by booting from a CD or USB key fob.
> The x2go thinclient approach requires infrastructure (Network cards that
> support PXE boot, NFS server, configurable DHCP server,...).
> That's why the x2go way is more suitable for fixed installations with a
> knowledgeable admin to set everything up, while thinstation would allow
> an ad-hoc, temporary use (grab 10 random computers and an el-cheapo DSL
> router, hook everything up, insert thinstation CDs, work on a server
> somewhere in the cloud, disassemble everything when you're done).

It might be helpful to provide some insight here. My name is Mike  
Gabriel and I have been an active co-developer of X2Go now for more  
than a year. Apart from x2goclient itself, most X2Go subprojects have  
been reviewed and improved by me during the last year. Please check  
git.x2go.org for reference.

What Stefan is asking (and I join up with him) is to include either  
x2goclient or pyhoca-gui (X2Go client applications like nxclient,  
grdesktop, etc.) into your distribution.

If you want to use X2Go you surely need to install an ,,X2Go Server'', add

   deb http://packages.x2go.org/debian squeeze main

to your APT setup and install the ,,x2goserver'' package.

On the client-side (i.e. on your local Debian/Ubuntu desktop you  
either need the native X2Go client app ,,x2goclient'' or my Python  
implementation of the x2go client protocol API: pyhoca-gui (or  
pyhoca-cli, command line tool).

This is the minimal setup. What Stefan is asking for is to include  
x2goclient (and/or pyhoca-gui, pyhoca-cli) into you thinstation  
distribution.

NOTE: The PXE environment we provide with X2Go is completely,  
absolutely optional!!!

For x2goclient to have sound and/or file exchange working, however,  
you need a running sshd listening on the localhost interface.

For pyhoca-gui/pyhoca-cli you even do not need the ssh daemon, as an  
sftpserver and ssh port forwarding is fully integrated within the  
python-x2go API (using python-paramiko).

If you have any further questions, need a demo server for testing  
either of our clients (x2goclient, pyhoca-gui), please let me know I  
can provide such setup.

Thanks!!!
Mike

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Anatolii Ivashyna | 4 Dec 15:07 2011
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VB video

Hello, can you add Virtual Box Video driver?

 

Thanks!

 

All the best,

Anatolii Ivashyna

 

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