have you seen what's mentioned here:
Wether it helps or not, it would be great to see the server side of this,
so please post the corresponding entries of your /var/log/syslog after
configuring the x2goserver for debugging(set it in
Nevertheless, the only Cookies I can think used by x2go are the MIT magic
cookies of X... maybe try to delete the .Xauthority of the user trying to
log in and retry...
2013/7/10 Roland Giesler
> I must have read every mailing list and other posts I could find on
> Google regarding this problem. Nowhere was anyone able to identify
> the actual cause and fix for this problem.
> How can this be? Does anyone know where the X2Go developer(s) hang out?
> Roland Giesler
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> On Thu, Jul 4, 2013 at 10:25 PM, Roland Giesler
> > bump.
> > anyone with help?
> > On Mon, Jul 1, 2013 at 11:36 PM, Roland Giesler
> >> This error is most annoying to say the least, since no-where on the
> >> internet is an explaination of the cause nor the fix for it. Some
> >> people seem to have managed to get past it by luck.
> >> This is an Ubuntu 12.04 64bit server that had nxserver install. One
> >> day (probably after some update, but it was too long ago to undo of
> >> trace now) the nxclient just stopped working.
> >> I left it after many futile attempt to fix it. I have completely
> >> removed (purged) openssh-server and nxserver, nxnode and nxclient.
> >> Numerous times, apart from creating keys manually and more.
> >> So I though, let me switch to X2Go. And lo and behold, I get the same
> >> Strangely enough though, I can connect perfect to the server via SSH
> every time.
> >> What causes this and how does one fix this please?
> >> regards
> >> Roland
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