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Date:      Tue, 7 Aug 2018 19:10:51 -0700
From:      David Newman <dnewman@networktest.com>
Cc:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: xrdp configuration and xfce4
Message-ID:  <3d2a1aa3-94de-e4e7-bb1d-a54ff7a92f94@networktest.com>
In-Reply-To: <20180808013151.sia5lgegjcxu2pr3@icepick.vmeta.jp>
References:  <d3534b9a-4061-5f6b-e94c-68646700f194@networktest.com> <caf921f910fe2dec5d4a6ed19e682cef@freebsd.org> <7d12e2d7-e8e6-53d0-3c62-d3ca8868f9be@networktest.com> <20180808013151.sia5lgegjcxu2pr3@icepick.vmeta.jp>

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On 8/7/18 6:31 PM, Koichiro Iwao wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 07, 2018 at 06:24:15PM -0700, David Newman wrote:
>> Not sure what changes I would make in startxm.sh to automate this. The
>> existing script has file locations for X on Linux distros.
>=20
> Really?=20
>=20
> ```
> #!/bin/sh
> startxfce4
> ```
>=20
> That's all.

Sorry, no go.

A startwm.sh script with just these two lines produces a black screen
with one xterm and doesn't start xfce, let alone deal with the
copy/paste problem.

Also tried with '/usr/local/bin/xfce4-session' but got the same results.

Either of these is exactly the same outcome as using the default
startxm.sh script supplied with xrdp from the pkg repo.

I am restarting the xrdp service and exiting the xterm after each attempt=
.

If you have this working successfully with a similar environment --
Microsoft RDP client on a Mac connecting to xrdp 0.9.x on FreeBSD 11.2
-- are you able to share your xrdp.ini and startwm.sh files?

Thanks!

dn






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