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From "Michael Jumper (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Comment Edited] (GUACAMOLE-125) Sometimes session is not initialised on Full screen
Date Wed, 17 May 2017 06:44:04 GMT

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Michael Jumper edited comment on GUACAMOLE-125 at 5/17/17 6:43 AM:
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{quote}
Is there some instruction about how to set up xfreerdp? Or is it set up together with guacamole?
I am running Cent OS 7.
{quote}

"xfreerdp" is part of FreeRDP. In the case of CentOS 7, it is provided by the "freerdp" package.

{quote}
And how can I know "the exact same connection parameters" that guacamole is using, which is
to be sent to xfreerdp?
{quote}

Look through the connection parameters defined on the Guacamole connection in question, and
then look through the help output of "xfreerdp" to see what options are available. The options
used vary between FreeRDP versions, but the ones that will matter most here are:

# RemoteApp alias (remember to escape or quote the initial "||" to avoid those symbols being
interpreted by the shell)
# Server hostname
# Username
# Password

It may take some trial and error. If the parameters are correct, and you were already connected
using Guacamole, you should see the Guacamole connection disconnect (Windows will close the
duplicate connection) and the same RemoteApp session should reappear locally through xfreerdp.



was (Author: mike.jumper):
{quote}
Is there some instruction about how to set up xfreerdp? Or is it set up together with guacamole?
I am running Cent OS 7.
{quote}

"xfreerdp" is part of FreeRDP. In the case of CentOS 7, it is provided by the "freerdp" package.

{quote}
And how can I know "the exact same connection parameters" that guacamole is using, which is
to be sent to xfreerdp?
{quote}

Look through the connection parameters defined on the Guacamole connection in question, and
then look through the help output of "xfreerdp" to see what options are available. The options
used vary between FreeRDP versions, but the ones that will matter most here are:

# RemoteApp alias (remember to escape or quote the initial "||" to avoid those symbols being
interpreted by the shell)
# Server hostname
# Username
# Password

It may take some trial and error. If the parameters are correct, and were already connected
using Guacamole, you should see the Guacamole connection disconnect (Windows will close the
duplicate connection) and the same RemoteApp session should reappear locally through xfreerdp.


> Sometimes session is not initialised on Full screen 
> ----------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: GUACAMOLE-125
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GUACAMOLE-125
>             Project: Guacamole
>          Issue Type: Bug
>    Affects Versions: 0.9.9, 0.9.10-incubating
>         Environment: Guacamole running on Debian 8.6
> Forwarding a windows 2012 R2 session
>            Reporter: Frank Giroud
>            Priority: Minor
>         Attachments: notepad_size_limit_detail.jpg, notepad_size_limit.jpg
>
>
> Sometimes after logging in (which happens to be Full scren) the windows session or the
RemoteApp is not launched in full screen.
> In fact it behaves like there were a pseudo-resolution smaller than the required one.
> The browser (Chrome is open in a 1920*1200) but the screen displayed is locked to something
like 1024*768 or so. 
> When you click on the Fullscreen button. It open and let a black screen all around in
the web browser. .
> -The behavior is the same if you start a windows session , the windows desktop displayed
in the web browser is in a 'smaller display' and what remains is black.- Haven't succeed to
reproduce after all
> I have succeeded to find a way to reproduce the behavior "kind of" more often.
> In my example i configure notepad++ to be a remoteapp (launch by ||notepad in guacamole
)
> # Launch a session through Guacamole => No probleme guacamole can be set in fullscreen
(on all the browser window)
> # Unmaximized the application
> # Ctrl-Shift-Alt menu => Disconnect
> # On the guacamole option menu (3 choices) => Reconnect
> # The result => my screenshot



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