Questions tagged as ['xrdp']
I am trying to access my Ubuntu 18.04.6 LTS from a windows 10 machine using xrdp. Just after I installed xrdp on my Ubuntu, it did work once. But I get a blue screen on my windows machine ever since.
- the xrdp write in the logs:
- main log:
jpmena@jpmena-ThinkCentre-M710t:/var/log$ tail -10 xrdp.log [20220131-10:23:11] [DEBUG] Closed socket 17 (AF_UNIX) [20220131-10:23:15] [DEBUG] Closed socket 17 (AF ...
1. Keyboard input source disappearing problem
I keep having problem with disappearing input source (Croatian) on Ubuntu 20.04 virtual machine. I'm connecting to machine with xrdp (session xorg).
I'm able to add it and use it than after some time it just switches back to US keyboard. That goes for terminal, editors, etc.
I have to add it again (with sudo) in Region and Language - Input sources and re ...
With a clean Ubuntu 20.04 LTS Server running GNOME, everything is working fine when I physically log into the unit. But when I RDP into it as xfce4, the Restart, Shu Down, and Suspend button are all greyed out! The only button that is available is Log Out.
How can this be fixed so I can shutdown, suspend, or reboot via Remote Desktop?
I would like to login to a remote desktop in which xrdp and xfce are already installed and running. I can both login to the machine via ssh from terminal with username and password
and via private key authentication
ssh -i my_private_key.pem user@address
I can also login via KRDC, but in this case I login into a xrdp GUI asking for the password, and I'm not able to paste it, which m ...
not working overlock. tried this article, without success nVidia RTX 3070 ETH overclock in Ubuntu20.04: nvidia-settings -a GPUGraphicsClockOffset/GPUMemoryTransferRateOffset not working
maybe something with a bunch of win10 + xrdp
If I installing xrdp and use Windows (I also tried different devices) RDP to connect it crashes. If I have Xfce installed it connects normally and force uses it over gnome/default envoirnment and skips the log in screen but some functionality is broken.
How would I fix this? I have tried reinstalling the desktop environment, purging xrdp, using an installation scrypt...
If I can't fix it: I remember ...
I have a server with a gui version of Ubuntu installed. I have installed xrdp in order to access it from windows. I had done the same thing once before and when I connected with windows it displayed the normal gnome desktop. When I did it this time it only showed xfce. If I remove xfce than my rdp connection crashes when connecting. How do I get gnome/normal ubuntu desktop envoirment back in xrdp?...
I installed xrdp and xfce on Ubuntu 20.04:
sudo apt update && sudo apt upgrade -y sudo apt install xfce4 xrdp -y sudo adduser xrdp ssl-cert sudo systemctl restart xrdp sudo ufw allow 3389 reboot
Now when using "Microsoft Remote Desktop" app, it opens for like 0.5 second (black) then quickly closes without any errors/etc.
I'm on Ubuntu 21.10 with Budgie desktop. I somehow messed up my audio configuration so that the pulseaudio daemon won't load unless I manually run
pulseaudio -D from command line. I think it might've been an unintended side effect of this shell script* I found which is meant to install and configure xRDP with appropriate options for passing audio output to the remote pc. From what I gather, it seems ...
I 'v followed the steps from this URl https://c-nergy.be/blog/?p=13590, it helped me to configure my gnome when connecting remotely, specially to add the dock, currently is displaying the dock enlarged but it hides when maximizing any window: Before maximize a window After maximize a window
I uncheck the "org.gnome.shell.extensions.dash-to-dock autohide-in-fullscreen" option from the dconf-editor, and s ...
I require a locked down browser solution without an interactive desktop.
Vanilla install of Ubuntu 20.04 fully updated.
Additional packages : firefox, xrdp
$ cat /home//.xsession
exec /usr/bin/firefox -width 1920 -height 1080
The above setup provides exactly what I require ( ie. RDP from a Win10 client provides just a Firefox window and nothing ...
System boots but not the desktop. I can remote login to PC and get a desktop, but there is no desktop starting on the main monitor. I just see a blinking cursor in the top of the screen. I can change to a different terminal and log in from there, but I can't get the desktop to appear.
It used to work but after setting up XRDP is does not any more. And now I can't get back to a working state.
I am ru ...
I connect via xRDP from Win 10 to Ubuntu 20.04.3. After entering the password in the xRDP connection screen, I get the gnome session login screen. I enter the password and I can work ok. If the session locks due to timeout, next time I get the login screen it is insensitive to the keyboard so nothing happens when I hit <enter> in the password field. So I cannot use my remote session anymore.
I'm n00b running Xubuntu Core on a Virtual Machine.
I connect to it by xRDP (version 4 I think) and tried VNC but got the same problem
So I don't think it has to do with xRDP or VNC, but something else.
Here is the problem:
Every time I disconnect accidentally, on purpose, or by a timeout and try to login again.
I fill in my username & password and get stuck in this Login-Screen
I can keep pressing ...
Please forgive me if the question was already answered but I didn't find anything completely relevant.
I have a customer who encounters a problem with Ubuntu and RDS workstations. As soon as he accesses the computer remotely, via RDS, the audio configuration is lost. He has to restart the machine to recover a sound card and its configuration for the visios.
Here are two screenshots showing the probl ...
I'd like to know if it's possible to reconnect to an xrdp session after xrdp has been restarted and the default port has been changed. Programs launched from xrdp are still alive after restarting, but not visible to the new xrdp session.
I am running an Ubuntu 20.04 image from AWS:
$ lsb_release -a No LSB modules are available. Distributor ID: Ubuntu Description: Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS Release: 20.04 Codename: focal
I have installed xrdp and mate on this instance:
# Install xrdp sudo apt-get install xrdp=0.9.12-1 -y # Install mate sudo apt-get install mate-desktop-environment=1.24.0+1 -y # Configure xrdp to use mate ...
I am trying to get an
xrdp session to use the GPU for display.
If I reboot the server then login with
Xorg I get this:
$ DISPLAY=:10 vglrun glxinfo -B name of display: :10 Invalid MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1 key[VGL] ERROR: Could not open display :0.
If I get
vglrun to use
:10 too it crashes:
$ DISPLAY=:10 vglrun -d :10 glxinfo -B name of display: :10 display: :10 screen: 0 direct rendering: Yes OpenG ...
I am able to log in manually by going to the computer and entering it there, but I am unable to log in by using remote desktop. I enter my password and it just stays at the login screen. Is there a permission I need to give to be able to log in remotely? (Sorry if this is a stupid question. I am pretty new to Linux)
This is what I see: LoginScreen
I'm trying to remote on to Ubuntu (21.10) from Windows 7. I read a few web pages, which suggested to install xrdp, so I did. I'm not an expert on this topic.
From Windows 7 Remote Desktop Connection, after entering the correct password, the connection closes immediately.
I followed the accepted answer to this question:
Let me start by saying that I'm very new to Ubuntu so I feel like I may have messed something up on my end but I installed both LightDm and Xubuntu and XRdp. I'm using Ubuntu Server 20.04 and I am able to connect correctly using Remote Desktop Connection but then the screen goes black and immediately shuts down. I'm noticing something strange though because before when I ran the sudo startx command it k ...
I will update info as I find out
I am using a recently installed Lubuntu 20.04.3, in an old PC. I mean to connect via xRDP from both Ubuntu (remmina) and Windows 10 PCs, and so far I cannot from either.
What I see when connecting from Ubuntu 20.04.3, remmina:
- Screen 1 with the message login failed for display 0.
From logs below, I understand this is just a warning, but then an attempt to con ...
In my role as a tutor I often have to set up test Ubuntu installations to help students that use Ubuntu - I myself use Windows (sorry!).
For convenience I always install xrdp, and I found out by Googling and lots of experiment that I need to also install xorgxrdp. Then I can RDP to the test installations from my Windows workstation and this all works very well.
If I don't install xorgxrdp my RDP ses ...
I forgot Ubuntu 20.04 Xrdp username and password. How do i reset them?
I tried opening
/etc/xrdp/xrdp.ini , but no help.
Ssh login is working fine
I followed this guide to make an xfce set up with i3 as the window manager. On the log in screen, I have to select Xubuntu (out of i3, XFCE, and Xubuntu) to log in. I've tried changing ~/.xsession to startxfce4, xubuntu-session, i3-session, but they either don't work or drop me into regular XFCE.
How do I tell xrdp that I want to remote into XFCE + i3wm instead of just XFCE?
I am an administrator of the Ubuntu Server. I have 7 users. They log in through RDP. So I need to disable the clipboard from their local machine to the remote system. How to achieve this?
Ubuntu 20.04.3 LTS.
Some times ago I have installed
xrdp (0.9.5) on my Dell tower (
OS Ubuntu 18.04) in order to be able to work on it from home, from my laptop (
OS Windows 10 Pro, Version 2004, OS build 19041.1165).
In itself, everything has worked fine, as I can use RDC from my Win laptop to log in and work on the Dell tower. However, now that I am back at the office, I discovered that if I try to work locally on th ...
I'm using Ubuntu 18.04.5 LTS. I installed xrdp but getting the black screen error even after I logged out from remote computer physically. (This happens even though I'm not logged into the device anymore.)
[20210826-06:43:46] [DEBUG] Testing if xrdp can listen on 0.0.0.0 port 3389. [20210826-06:43:46] [DEBUG] Closed socket 7 (AF_INET6 :: port 3389) [20210826-06:43:48] [INFO ] starting xrdp ...
I use vnc viewer(RealVNC) to connnect Ubuntu20. Win10 can connect to Ubuntu, but the interface is completely stuck, unable to activate the mouse and keyboard. Or they are activated but Ubuntu has no response at all. Also, I tried the xrdp, but the situation is alike. Moreover, I tried some commercial software to remote control ubuntu from Win10, it can't work either. I will highly appreciate it, if anyo ...
I'm having trouble getting some GUI applications to display properly when I mount a nfs share on my Synology NAS as my home directory. Can someone please provide a solution?
The Ubuntu version is 18.04LTS Desktop, and the NAS OS is DSM6. I have remote access to the Ubuntu machine, and I access the desktop via xrdp. We are using LXDE for the desktop environment. The following is written to the .xs ...