Terje Andersen | 10 Oct 23:05 2012
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Den 10. okt. 2012 18:17 skrev <merc1984-362TJNa6IEM@public.gmane.org> følgende:
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> Why doesn't the X2Go Client have XFCE?  Isn't there a way to set up
> XFCE?

You should use "custom" in the  session profile in the client and then give  the command to your WM start command. For xfce I think "/usr/
bin/startxfce4" would be right, but you must check if this is true on your system.

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> Why doesn't PyHoca work?  I launch a remote host, it asks for signon and
> that is approved, but then nothing.  Manual launch, and nothing.
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From what you, in a rather short description, explain here it sounds to me that it works. You need to click the pyhoca  icon in the systray and choose to do the actual connection, or session start if you like, because the way pyhoca works your authenticated at the point you describe. The next step is to connect using that icon in the systray.
When you understand it, it's actually useful and powerful to use.

By the way, I think there are some documentation on how to use pyhoca in the wiki.

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Den 10. okt. 2012 18:17 skrev &lt;<a href="mailto:merc1984@...">merc1984@...</a>&gt; f&oslash;lgende:<br>
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&gt; Why doesn't the X2Go Client have XFCE? &nbsp;Isn't there a way to set up<br>
&gt; XFCE?</p>
<p>You should use "custom" in the&nbsp; session profile in the client and then give&nbsp; the command to your WM start command. For xfce I think "/usr/≤br>
bin/startxfce4" would be right, but you must check if this is true on your system.</p>
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&gt; Why doesn't PyHoca work? &nbsp;I launch a remote host, it asks for signon and<br>
&gt; that is approved, but then nothing. &nbsp;Manual launch, and nothing.<br>
&gt;</p>
<p>From what you, in a rather short description, explain here it sounds to me that it works. You need to click the pyhoca&nbsp; icon in the systray and choose to do the actual connection, or session start if you like, because the way pyhoca works your authenticated at the point you describe. The next step is to connect using that icon in the systray.<br>

When you understand it, it's actually useful and powerful to use.</p>
<p>By the way, I think there are some documentation on how to use pyhoca in the wiki.</p>
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