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- Jul 26 2018, 8:43 PM (146 w, 2 d)
Thu, May 6
Bump. Can someone review D10878 and weigh in if this can be accepted for inclusion? I'm wanting to step up as a maintainer for this. I've been using for a few weeks now without issue.
updated to 2021.3 release
Wed, Apr 21
Updated component and license
Tue, Apr 20
Mon, Apr 19
forgot to add rundep on iputils
Sat, Apr 17
T6793 was closed due to lack of maintainer. I'm willing to step up as maintainer and include this initial patch.
Dec 4 2020
version bumped to 5 for rebase
Good catch! I've rebased
Nov 28 2020
Nov 14 2020
Sep 30 2020
Jun 4 2020
May 14 2020
Updates have been made, thanks for all the help! Also, see following PR for help docs:
@DataDrake I was trying to do something like this before, but I am getting the following error while trying to build...
May 13 2020
Sweet, got them all added. Once you give this the green light, I'll go ahead and submit a PR for the help center docs. Should be as simple as installing the correct integration package and adding the /etc/X11/Xwrapper.config line allowed_users=anybody
Gnome Integration package D8870
Mate Integration package D8869
I've added the integration package for Plasma: D8868
Added conflicts for the other integration packages
Removed patterns.. back to separate packages they go!
No worries! I'll go ahead and revive D8667, adding a conflicts section. And then submit a few more for Mate, Gnome and Plasma.
Apr 27 2020
Apr 16 2020
Yeah I am getting that, too. Not sure if it'll cause any issues or not. I don't have this machine setup w/ a qemu guest to test out on. Hopefully it won't cause any problems!
Can you run lsmod | grep kvmgt to make sure the module is loaded? Also, run cat /proc/cmdline to make sure your cmdline arguments were added. Are there any errors if you run dmesg | grep gvt?
I just tested this and I can see the mdev_supported_types folder. Here is my setup:
Added xrdp-budgie-integration as sub-package with appropriate patterns / rundeps
Apr 15 2020
I see how patterns would work to have another package just ship startwm.sh. But how would this work with 4 different packages shipping the same file / pattern?
Apr 14 2020
Apr 13 2020
There really isn't a source for this package so I put in xRDP's source. Is there a way to omit source in the package.yml?
@DataDrake thanks for the feedback. See D8667, which will handle installing the startwm.sh file with applicable settings for budgie. If this looks good, I can create the same packages for Plasma, Gnome and Mate
Apr 8 2020
Feb 12 2020
Add abi_used_libs file
Ahh, I was manually running sudo solbuild build package.yml -p unstable-x86_64. When I tried with make, it ran the abireport.
Huh, that's so weird... I'll play around to see if I can get it to output after the build, otherwise I'll just manually add the output you listed. Thanks, @algent!
@JoshStrobl thanks for the helpful feedback! There wasn't any abi_* files, however the build output shows the following dependencies. I made the other changes above.
Remove unneeded deps and reorder deps
@DataDrake Sorry, I must have been confused about the steps involved with submitting a patch. I had previously submitted D7524, but was then told to create a package request task first. I have updated D7524 with the latest release for this program and would like to be the maintainer.
Bump to latest version
Nov 18 2019
That's definitely cleaner and simpler, I think we should take that route. Though it's more of an edge case, how would file collisions be handled if someone had multiple DE's and tried to install the "budgie" and "mate" integration packages? There's no concept of mutually exclusive packages, right?
I can take over as maintainer for this. I use it nearly every week so I should have no problem testing.
Oct 29 2019
@Matf Were you ever able to get this working? Sorry for my delayed response. My reference to the .desktop file was related to the various files installed to /usr/share/xsessions/ for each DE you may have installed on your machine. If you are using this diff with my changes to the startwm.sh file, it tries to extract the Exec= command from the first file in that folder and exec that (most people will usually only have a single DE installed so it will just pick it up from that file and this package will work dynamically regardless of DE being used). When you install Remmina on your machine, it apparently installs a .desktop file to that path, and unfortunately is picked up before the budgie-desktop.desktop. If you are using budgie, just hard code exec /usr/bin/budgie-desktop into your startwm.sh file.
Gotcha, I got ahead of myself. Let me submit a task.
Aug 6 2019
@davewthompson It still works, I use it every day. A few things:
Apr 6 2019
Updated startwm.sh to get Exec option from first .desktop file in /usr/share/xsessions
- Removed Xwrapper.config file, this shouldn't be shipped with this package
- Updated startwm.sh to include launch option for each DE, however only commented out for now
Apr 5 2019
Mar 29 2019
If anyone comes across this, I was able to get it working. See detailed guide at link.
Mar 26 2019
Can anyone confirm a working setup with xrdp / xorgxrdp and budgie-desktop? I cannot for the life of me get it to work. I am always getting "pam_authenticate failed: Authentication failure" from xrdp-sesman.
Aug 27 2018
Aug 22 2018
@sunnyflunk, makes sense and that is correct.