[Xrdp-devel] Same issues in xrdp

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[Xrdp-devel] Same issues in xrdp

ajay@openmind.in


Sir,


We have using xrdp server in Ubuntu 12.04. We are facing some issues in
xrdp. Mentioned below issues.


1. We are not able to connect same or specify session from another PC or
Thin client.
2. Reconnect issue.
3. Randr extension is too old error.
4. How to monitor active sessions in xrdp?


We are appreciate your help.


Kindly ignore my English.




Thanks
Ajay Kumar


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Re: [Xrdp-devel] Same issues in xrdp

Mark Lehrer
> 1. We are not able to connect same or specify session from another
> PC or Thin client.

You mean you can't connect to port 3389 with an rdesktop client?  Or do you
connect and get a login screen but can't proceed from there?

> 2. Reconnect issue.

Can you give more details?  The default settings seem to change from version
to version but (IMHO) the current version does the right thing - one session
per user.  If you connect as a user with an existing session you will get
the previous session back.

If you have the default version from Ubuntu 12.04 (0.6 iirc) then you will
want to get a newer version.

> 4. How to monitor active sessions in xrdp?

There are quite a few ways to look at this, maybe look at established
sockets on port 3389 with netstat -pan and track it back to the X server
process?  If I get a few minutes today (and nobody has a good answer) I'll
take a look.


Mark

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