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    poelslager
    @poelslager
    online people reccomend setting max_bpp to 128
    it seems like more bits per pixel will slow things down
    does max_bpp=128 make it faster? if so, why?
    maysam senaps
    @senaps
    so multiple people can ssh to same machine and do whatever they want to do. can i use xrdp to give them a GUI? i want every user be able to have their own session doing what ever they want to do :)
    Jérôme BOULMIER
    @Lomadriel
    Hi, I have question about xorgxrdp. I would like to know if it is possible to have a remote access to a X session that, at the same time is displayed on a real screen. I know that I can setup a VNC backend in xrdp but I would like to xorgxrdp because it is smoother than with a VNC backend. For the moment I know that I can launch X with this command: Xorg :1 -config xrdp/xorg.conf but is it possible to modify the xorg config to allow xorgxrdp to mirror the existing screen?
    I forgot to mention that I'm using this branch https://github.com/jsorg71/xorgxrdp/tree/glamor rebased on "devel" since I need hardware acceleration. If I can mirror the default screen of X this might be useless since I have access to the GPU when I launch X without xorgxrdp.
    Thank you in advance
    sccoll
    @sccoll

    Hello.
    I need help setting up xrdp.
    How to remove the parameter "MaxDisconnectionTime 60"?
    In the xrdp.ini and sesman.ini configuration files, the parameter "MaxDisconnectionTime 60" is not
    When connected:

    Xvnc :208 -geometry 1600x1200 -depth 16 -rfbauth /home/user/.vnc/sesman_user_passwd -MaxDisconnectionTime 60 -bs -ac -nolisten tcp -localhost -dpi96

    Suse Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP4

    jsorg71
    @jsorg71
    @Lomadriel That may be possible but then Xorg might have to run as root. Also how would you have multi session?
    In general I'm wondering how useful the glamor branch is? I really like the glamor stuff and there is a lot more we can do to use use GPU hardware.
    jsorg71
    @jsorg71
    @sccoll I can't see where "MaxDisconnectionTime 60" is coming from. Is that Xvnc string from "ps aux" or something like that?
    sccoll
    @sccoll
    Is that Xvnc string from "ps aux"? Yes.
    Jonesb
    @Jonesb
    Hi, can some look at the pull request neutrinolabs/xrdp#1408?
    metalefty
    @metalefty
    @Jonesb disconnection detection needed
    Jonesb
    @Jonesb
    I don't think this should be added as it will orphan SSH connected in the session. The IP will get reset if a re-connection is made from another machine and session item will be removed on logout.
    fad89
    @fad89
    Hi all!
    I have 2 machines, Debian 10 (Xfce, KDE)
    When I connect to them via Xorg, I can't switch the keyboard layout.
    Can you help me?
    fad89
    @fad89
    I get it, tnx.
    sinni800
    @sinni800
    Hello, I'm trying to get xrdp to work on FreeBSD. When I log-in, the Xorg instance with xorgxrdp gets created properly. The xorg log says that it even uses the right resolution of the incoming RDP client, changes to it. But then, xrdp.log, while the screen in the rdp session is still green, keeps logging debug messages saying that connection got disconnected with an ephermeral port on AF_INET6. As far as I am aware, it should use a unix socket there, because Xorg doesn't even listen to any ports (also pretty much everyone else having the timeout problem describes that it says AF_UNIX)
    it tries to connect to the X port +10 (port for 10th screen)
    the Xorg is started and so is the x client that i start in startwm (xclock for testing)
    [20191026-02:39:47] [DEBUG] Closed socket 19 (AF_INET6 [...]:12008)
    [20191026-02:39:50] [DEBUG] xrdp_wm_log_msg: connection problem, giving up
    [20191026-02:39:50] [DEBUG] Closed socket 19 (AF_INET6 [...]:38487)
    [20191026-02:39:50] [DEBUG] xrdp_wm_log_msg: some problem
    [20191026-02:39:50] [DEBUG] xrdp_mm_module_cleanup
    sinni800
    @sinni800
    i got it to work after patching the sources to take 127.0.0.6, could potentially be increased to 127.*
    Renaud Lepage
    @cybik
    TIL yall crazy people implemented RDP for Xorg.
    Blindauer Emmanuel
    @moobyfr
    I'm asking myself if the default configuration is usuable, when the port is set on +10. ssh use the same, and it's usual that Xorg doesn't start because there is already a ssh using port+10 to forward X11
    denellum
    @denellum
    I know this might be a long shot, but does xrdp support tlsv1.3?
    metalefty
    @metalefty
    @denellum it depends on your SSL/TLS library
    and you should at least search github repository
    and past release note
    Nexarian
    @Nexarian
    Found more data to help diagnose and fix: neutrinolabs/xrdp#914
    packslash
    @packslash
    Hi, is it possible with XRDP to use a smartcard as the local resource?
    packslash
    @packslash
    I've been trying often but I missing something..
    Nexarian
    @Nexarian
    @metalefty @jsorg71 What invokes rdpRRScreenSetSize in xorgxrdp? In issue 914, I'm trying to trace the root cause of the mismatch in the screen size that we see in the stack trace. Everything seems to be set up properly, and then by the time rdpRRScreenSetSize is called the values are wrong, yet I can't seem to find a direct call to this function in neither the xorgxrdp code base nor the xrdp one...
    jsorg71
    @jsorg71
    let me check
    that is a callback from the Xserver, it's setup in xrdpdev.c
    Nexarian
    @Nexarian
    Interesting, something is passing it the wrong information. Still can't figure out what though.
    Nexarian
    @Nexarian

    So this is the line where it's configured:

    https://github.com/neutrinolabs/xorgxrdp/blob/devel/xrdpdev/xrdpdev.c#L418

    My guess: Occasionally there is a race condition in the X server where in spite of XRDP having sent the message to change the resolution, the X server ignores it sometimes. This is why we see the wrong size returned in the callback.

    Bug in Xserver? What else might I be missing?

    Nexarian
    @Nexarian
    I'm upgrading my Ubuntu Xserver to 1.9 to see if that helps
    dmitrydonskih
    @dmitrydonskih
    Hello I'm trying to figure out how I can find sessions which are disconnected but not terminated yet.
    The idea is to kill -STOP child processes from cron script, and to kill -CONT them from startwm.sh.
    xrdp 0.9.11 + xorg.
    Is it possible? Any ideas? Thanks
    dmitrydonskih
    @dmitrydonskih
    Or maybe a way to run script from xrdp-sesman on disconnection?
    It really lacks an option like DisconnectScript...
    warren30
    @warren30
    I installed xrdp on BionicPuppy32 with the Package Manager, but being new to Linux I can not figure out how to RUN it.
    metalefty
    @metalefty

    Hi all, I'm thinking of separating chatrooms into xrdp and xrdp-questions. Development talk and questions.
    For example, talking about programmatic functions or what's happening in the code like @Nexarian, it would be a dev talk.
    OTOH, what @warren30 talking would be a question. Let me focus on dev talk here.

    here's the questions room: https://gitter.im/neutrinolabs/xrdp-questions

    metalefty
    @metalefty
    it would be nice if you guys also join questions room, thanks!
    ungleich.ch
    @ungleich_twitter
    Hello
    I just started checking out xrdp and saw that it binds to 0.0.0.0 - however the computer I am using does not have IPv4 anymore. I did not see a flag to bind to IPv6 - is there any parameter/config where I can configure an IPv6 listener?
    TanjaScheufen
    @TanjaScheufen
    Hello everyone,
    I just started xrdp in WSL, and selected the panel display to be empty. How can I change this to be default configuration display?
    Eduardo Lúcio Amorim Costa
    @eduardolucioac

    Simple question, but difficult to solve... So far... =|

    HOW TO MAKE MANJARO (KDE 5) WORK AS A XRDP SERVER?

    NOTE: We really like the xrdp protocol and have used it in the past with other Linux distros (Ubuntu) as a server, but we are having a hard time getting xrdp to work on Manjaro (KDE) as a server.

    Thanks! =D

    INTERESTING LINKS ABOUT THE SUBJECT:
    https://forum.manjaro.org/t/xrdp-cant-get-plasma-to-start-after-initial-logging-into-xrdp-xorg-session/110678
    https://forum.manjaro.org/t/not-able-to-rdp-from-windows-to-manjaro-vm-via-xrdp-xorg/94357/2
    https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/xrdphttps://www.hiroom2.com/2019/06/15/ubuntu-1904-xrdp-kde-en/
    https://www.hiroom2.com/2019/06/15/ubuntu-1904-xrdp-kde-en/
    https://superuser.com/questions/1509055/manjaro-kde-running-as-a-rdp-server
    https://forum.manjaro.org/t/manjaro-kde-running-as-a-rdp-server/114561

    metalefty
    @metalefty
    Eduardo Lúcio Amorim Costa
    @eduardolucioac
    Can someone help me? =|