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#243 fixed Unity specific menu options from .desktop files being prioritised over defaults Antoine Martin madmonk

The Win Switch menu appears to offer the last choice in the .desktop file these typically appear to be the unity specific options which would normally be ignored / hidden in other environments. The files can of course be copied and modified which clears up the problem. It would of course be nice if the relevant parser could be adjusted to take the 1st option in the file (which is the default option AFAIK).


Exert from the firefox.desktop file...

From the beginning of the file

[Desktop Entry]
Name=Firefox Web Browser
Exec=firefox %u

The Win Switch menu shows the last option however....

From the end of the file

[Desktop Action NewPrivateWindow]
Name=Open a New Private Window
Exec=firefox -private-window
#305 fixed Invalid signatures Matteo Ipri

Hi all, I can not install xpra on Ubuntu 17.10 Artful AArdvark because I get the following:

W: GPG error: artful Release: The following signatures were invalid: EXPKEYSIG 18ADB31CF18AD6BB Antoine Martin <[email protected]>
E: The repository ' artful Release' is not signed.

I followed instructions on:

and on:

Steps to reproduce:

apt-get install curl
curl | apt-key add -


apt-get install dirmngr
apt-key adv --fetch-keys

both get me the above message; while

apt-key adv --keyserver --recv-keys F18AD6BB

results in a connection timeout.

Please advice, Thanks

#300 worksforme insecure umask 0000 on ubuntu server mattja

xterm started as application session on the remote server runs with umask 0000. This has security impact as files/directories created by users are then world-writable. Expected: some sensible default like 002 or 022.

Version: winswitch 0.12.23-1, xpra 2.1.1-r16658-1

Possible cause: winswitch server assumes umask will be set in /etc/bashrc. That is true on Red Hat derived systems. But it is not true on Ubuntu (tested 16.04 LTS) where I think umask is expected to be set by PAM session (

Perhaps related, the PAM file provided by /etc/pam.d/xpra seems to assume a Red Hat style system and most of the PAM modules referenced there do not exist on a Ubuntu system.

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