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From Nick Couchman <vn...@apache.org>
Subject Re: wsock32 status / file transfers failing
Date Wed, 31 Jan 2018 14:42:24 GMT
On Wed, Jan 31, 2018 at 9:31 AM, Adrian Owen <adrian.owen@eesm.com> wrote:

> Hi,
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> OS – Debian Jessie x86
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> Building Guacamole 0.9.14
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> When  I ran ./configure during the build it reported wsock32 is missing:
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> Library status:
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>      freerdp ............. yes
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>      pango ............... yes
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>      libavcodec .......... yes
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>      libavutil ........... yes
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>      libssh2 ............. yes
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>      libssl .............. yes
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>      libswscale .......... yes
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>      libtelnet ........... yes
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>      libVNCServer ........ yes
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>      libvorbis ........... yes
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>      libpulse ............ yes
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>      libwebp ............. yes
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>      *wsock32 ............. no*
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>    Protocol support:
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>       RDP ....... yes
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>       SSH ....... yes
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>       Telnet .... yes
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>       VNC ....... yes
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> But Guacamole connections work.
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Yes, this is expected on Linux.  wsock32 is the Windows socket support,
which will only show up if you're building on/for Windows.  This has
nothing to do with whether or not Guacamole connects to Windows systems, or
if file transfers work or not.



> However file transfers fail ?
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> Heres DEBUG syslog  of a HTTP session desktop file dropped onto the
> Download folder on G: drive. Note the File open refused errors:
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I only see you attempt two file transfers: fff.txt (which appears to
succeed) and desktop.ini (which appears to fail).  I think using
desktop.ini is not the greatest test - this is a "special" file in Windows,
anyway, so Windows is likely placing some restrictions on the transfer of
that file.  Maybe create a few more plain text files, both on the Windows
side and the client side, and try transferring them back and forth and see
what works and what doesn't.

-Nick

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