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#169 invalid Server not responding Antoine Martin freeman

Hi, I do not know where to post this issue sorry if this is already posted.

I recently installed winswitch on a newly installed ubuntu computer.

xpra 0.7.30, nxserver, vnc server, sshserver are all installed

I try to run the the application but nothing works. When I start an application from the applet, I have a notification is says, "server not responding", or "something went wrong".

I tried by hand to run the server, and the command parser but it does not work either.

I checked Xpra and it does work manually.

I do not know what to do or change to make it work

this is the std output from the client, which seems to be the source of the problem.

> winswitch_client
[II] 2011/15/11 17:57:06 xmodmap_util.get_xmodmap(None) exec(['/usr/bin/xmodmap', '-pke'])=(keycode   8 =keycode   9 = Escape NoSymbol Escapekeycode  10 = 1 exclam 1 exclamkeycode  11 = 2 a...,)
[II] 2011/15/11 17:57:06 WinSwitchClient.populate_xkeymap() detected keymap=xkb_keymap {	xkb_keycodes  { include "evdev+aliases(qwerty)"	};	xkb_types     { include "complete...
[EE] 2011/15/11 17:57:06 client.main() caught exception, closing client
[ee] 2011/15/11 17:57:06 Traceback (most recent call last):
[ee] 2011/15/11 17:57:06   File "/usr/local/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/winswitch/client/", line 85, in main
[ee] 2011/15/11 17:57:06
[ee] 2011/15/11 17:57:06   File "/usr/local/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/winswitch/client/", line 159, in run
[ee] 2011/15/11 17:57:06     callWhenRunning(self.ready)
[ee] 2011/15/11 17:57:06   File "/usr/local/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/winswitch/util/", line 87, in callWhenRunning
[ee] 2011/15/11 17:57:06     return	REACTOR.callWhenRunning(*args, **kwargs)
[ee] 2011/15/11 17:57:06 AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'callWhenRunning'
[II] 2011/15/11 17:57:06 WinSwitchClient.do_cleanup()
[II] 2011/15/11 17:57:06 WinSwitchClient.do_detach_all_servers() servers=[]
[EE] 2011/15/11 17:57:06 WinSwitchClient.cleanup()
[ee] 2011/15/11 17:57:06 Traceback (most recent call last):
[ee] 2011/15/11 17:57:06   File "/usr/local/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/winswitch/client/", line 220, in cleanup
[ee] 2011/15/11 17:57:06     self.do_cleanup()
[ee] 2011/15/11 17:57:06   File "/usr/local/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/winswitch/client/", line 232, in do_cleanup
[ee] 2011/15/11 17:57:06     callLater(0, self.stop_local_server)
[ee] 2011/15/11 17:57:06   File "/usr/local/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/winswitch/util/", line 85, in callLater
[ee] 2011/15/11 17:57:06     return	REACTOR.callLater(*args, **kwargs)
[ee] 2011/15/11 17:57:06 AttributeError: 'NoneType' object has no attribute 'callLater'
[II] 2011/15/11 17:57:06 client.main() exit code=1, waiting for all other threads to exit - this may take a few seconds

#170 fixed ability to decide where URLs are opened Antoine Martin Antoine Martin

Split from #168 - see there for details.

What we want is the ability for the user connected to the session to decide what to do with requests (within that session) for opening new files and URLs. Give them 3 options:

  • open them as normal (application used will be part of the same session as the one that launched it) - current behaviour
  • open them in a new session (create a new session and attach it automatically)
  • open them on the client (only valid for URLs, files would have to be copied over first which is a lot more tricky!)
#171 fixed "winswitch attach" Antoine Martin pmarek

It would be nice if winswitch could be attached to a server via a shell command, similar to "xpra attach".

This is related to #168, too.

Thanks a lot.

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