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#308 wontfix Can not open sessions on ubuntu 18.04 xinwang
Description

I freshly installed ubuntu 18.04 in a new computer (with win10 as dual system). For the reason of wifi drivers, I upgraded Linux kernel to linux-generic-hwe-18.04-edge.

First question is:

If directly install winswitch, it said that

"The following packages have unmet dependencies:

winswitch : Depends: xpra (>= 1.0) but it is not going to be installed

Recommends: python-gnome2-desktop but it is not installable Recommends: python-gst0.10 but it is not installable

E: Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages. ".

But I already installed python-gnome2 and python-gnome2-dev.


I installed xpra then winswitch (newest version even beta version). I can open winswitch now.

When I connected a remote server successfully, I try to start applications. But then jumped out a message box who let me input the password of user "xxx" (my username). It just like this:


| Server Authentication | | | | Please enter the password for user 'xxx', | | connecting to tcp server 127.0.0.1:12460 | | | | [Input box] | | | | Cancel OK |


When I input the correct password of my username (the user name and password of local pc and remote pc is the same), it said:

Connection Failed: disconnected before the session could b... authentication failed

Then next message:

Session XXXXXX failed 2020-01-25 :0.0(508x285 mm - DPI 96x96) workarea: 1845x1053 at 75x27 2020-01-25 eDP-1(309x174mm-DPI:157x157) 2020-01-25 Warning:server connection failure: 2020-01-25 disconnected before the session could be established

The remote server run a ubuntu 16.04, which can be connected normally using a Windows computer and my old 16.04 desktop.

I struggled to solve this but have no idea. It's kind of you, if there is any suggestion.

#152 fixed Can't add to Lubuntu server menu Antoine Martin tlc
Description

My server is running Lubuntu. My client, OSX.

I added a working .desktop file to ~/.winswitch/server/menu, but it replaced the contents of the Start Application menus for that server. I wanted to add to those menus.

So then I moved the .desktop file to ~/.local/share/applications, which added it to my menus on the server DESKTOP (when I do Start Desktop), but not my Start Application menus on the client FOR the server. I restarted the server and the client.

How can I ADD to the menus of a server?

#112 worksforme Can't connect to server on LAN without using a tunnel Antoine Martin Michael Olson
Description

I'm trying to set up a WinSwitch 0.10.0 server on a Linux VM (host is Windows 7). It shares the networking card of the host but has a different IP address. Forwarding apps with ssh tunneling works, but removing the ssh tunnel does not. I'd like to determine whether performance is better without the tunneling, but I'm currently unable to.

I see the following error in winswitch/client/applet.log during a reconnect attempt:

2010/29/08 10:31:29 ShifterApplet.start_link(ServerConfig(kraft:8796762835984)) link already exists for 'kraft', kicking it
2010/29/08 10:31:29 ServerPortMonitor.get_command() remote server ServerConfig(kraft:8796762835984) is not tunnelled - cannot detect server port!
2010/29/08 10:31:29 ServerPortMonitor.start() no command to run!

This does not make much sense to me, because it should not be trying to use a tunnel.

The server log does not show any new messages.

Here are the relevant client settings:

ssh_tunnel=False host="192.168.1.67" port=22 username="mwolson" encrypted_password=[snip] administrator_login="" default_command_port=8010 enabled=True auto_connect=True auto_start=False preload_tunnels=False

Here are the server settings on the VM:

ssh_tunnel=False listen_on="*:8010" firewall_enabled=False

I can use netcat to connect to port 8010 on the VM from Windows, and I've tried disabling the Windows Firewall. Let me know if there's any additional info I can provide.

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