Subject: Re: Debugging tips?
Date: Friday 12th April 2013 01:02:05 UTC (over 4 years ago)
Thanks, Mike. I got some time to look more closely at this recently. I turned on the highest debugging level, and it logged more, but I didn't find any smoking guns. After some more digging, I found that the user account in question was using the shell "/bin/sh". If I changed that shell to "/bin/bash" the session works fine. I saw an old bug report of a problem with using tcsh, but nothing for sh. This is on an Ubuntu Linux 12.04 system. Thanks, Tom On Thu, Mar 14, 2013 at 12:34 AM, Mike Gabriel < mike.gabriel-QcRmU[email protected]> wrote: > Hi Tom, > > > On Mi 13 Mär 2013 17:11:06 CET Tom Harris wrote: > > I'm just starting to use x2go, and it has mostly worked great. But, I >> have run into problems where I connect to my server, get authenticated, >> but >> never get my application displayed. I can see the x2goagent process >> running on the server, but the app never displays. Creating a new user >> account and logging in with that has usually succeeded as a workaround. >> But, obviously that's not a solution. >> >> I'm sure there is a simple fix for this, like cleaning up some lost >> session >> data. But, my attempts thus far have failed. Are there any session >> debugging tips available? Or, pointers for where to look or how to enable >> more debugging output? >> >> > In /etc/x2go/x2goserver.conf you can set the X2Go Server loglevel to > debug. X2Go Server logs to syslog. > > If you use PyHoca-GUI as a client (which has a much more verbose debugging > output) then you can enable --libdebug on the command line. PyHoca-GUI logs > to stderr. > > There also might be some errors in ~/.xsession-x2go-errors if you have the > package x2goserver-xsession installed. > > To give you more advice (once who have debugged yourself a little) we need > a bit more information (what distro, what version, what desktop shell, etc.) > > Best, > Mike > > -- > > DAS-NETZWERKTEAM > mike gabriel, rothenstein 5, 24214 neudorf-bornstein > fon: +49 (1520) 1976 148 > > GnuPG Key ID 0x25771B31 > mail: [email protected]**de