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[X2Go-Dev] Bug#1334: Bidirectional clipboard mode stops working with Windows 10 x2goclient
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On 2018-10-11 14:24, Ulrich Sibiller wrote:
> Thanks! This sounds a bit like a off-by-one problem in the clipboard
> However, to break this down further I want to rule out some
> components. First, can you please verify if this is somehow
> reproducable on a Linux client?
The bidirectional clipboard mode doesn't break with the Linux
in either MATE desktop or Plasma 4 desktop. I'm using x2goclient
on Fedora 27 client machine.
> Next I would like to try and take x2go out of the equation:
> - run vcxsrv on windows (vcxsrv.exe -multiwindow -ac :121)
> - ssh to the Linux server (e.g. with putty) and point the DISPLAY
> variable to the VcXsrv on windows (export
> Note: you might have to disable the windows firewall
> - run nxagent -ac :123 in the shell on the server -> you will get the
> nxagent window on you Windows desktop
> - in a second shell on the server point the DISPLAY variable to :123
> and start the MATE session (export DISPLAY=:123;
> STARTUP=mate-session dbus-run-session /etc/X11/Xsession)
> Now repeat your editor tests.
I used PuTTY's X11 forwarding/tunneling to do this. The bidirectional
clipboard mode breaks in the same way with this method in both MATE
desktop and Plasma 4 desktop.
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